Kenya’s U-20 women’s national team have left the shores of the country on Friday September 15, for Ethiopia ahead of their first leg, first round 2018 U-20 Women’s World Cup qualifying match.
The team will be seeking their second win in the qualifiers following a 7-1 aggregate win over Botswana in the preliminary round.
The first leg encounter will be played on Sunday September 17 at Hawassa International Stadium.
The winner of the two-legged fixture will go on to face the winner of the match between Algeria and Ghana in the second round.
Corazone Aquino, Judith Osimbo, Wincate Kaari, Sherryl Angachi, Diana Wacera, Foscah Nashivanda, Lilian Awuor, Lucy Akoth, Rachel Muema, Cynthia Akinyi, Cynthia Shilwatso, Veronica Awino, Gentrix Shikangwa, Vivian Makokha, Maureen Khakasa, Leah Cherotich, Martha Amunyolete, Stella Anyango
Caroline Achieng (Coach), Ann Aluoch (Coach), Jackline Akoth (Coach), Musa Otieno (Technical Head), Michael Igendia (Performance and conditioning), Hassan Shah (Goalkeeper Trainer), David Ndakalu (Team Doctor/Physio), Rosemary Aluoch (Kit Manager)