Kenya’s U-20 Women’s National Team is in camp at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos, ahead of their double header friendly match against Jordan.
The fixture is scheduled for August 29 and 31 in Jordan, as this further boosts the team in their preparation for the France 2018 U-20 Women World Cup qualifiers.
Kenya defeated Botswana 7-1 in their preliminary round fixture and qualified without kicking a ball in the return leg following Botswana’s withdrawal.
Kenya will now meet neighbors Ethiopia, in the first round of the qualifiers set for September 15, 2017.
Lillian Awuor and Judith Osimbo (Nyakach Girls), Dina Tembesi (Wiyeta Girls), Ivy Makokha (Ibinzo Girls).
Wincate Kaari (Thika Queens), Leah Cherotich,Robai Shari,Maureen Khakasa (Wiyeta Girls), Veronicah Awino (Damascus Primary.), Alice Mideri and Vivian Makokha (Ibinzo Girls), Lucy Akoth (St. Paul’s Abwao), Zipporah Adhiambo (TarTar Girls), Foscah Nashivanda (Nginda Girls), Millicent Ajema (Bishop Okullu),
Corazone Aquino (Soccer Queens), Sheryl Angachi and Dora Achieng’ (Olympic High), Cynthia Shilwatso (Ibinzo Girls), Cynthia Akinyi (Nginda Girls), Cynthia Alwala (Maina Wanjigi), Teresia Gakii (Kwale Girls),Tina Turner Wairimu (St. Paul’s Abwao), Joan Akoth (SEP Kisumu).
Mercy Airo (Nyakach Girls), Lilian Mmboga (Ibinzo Girls), Rachael Muema (Thika Queens), Martha Amunyolete (Wiyeta Girls), Dianah Wacera (Mathare United), Christine Kitaru (Nginda Girls), Stella Anyango (Soccer Queens), Faith Atieno (Olympic High), Gentrix Shikangwa (Wiyeta Girls).