In their final Kenya Handball Federation (KHF) league match, the National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB) face Kenyatta University on Saturday, intensifying their preparations for the upcoming East and Central Africa Handball Federation (ECHAF) in December.

Coach Bryan Mathews emphasizes the match’s significance as a crucial build-up for NCPB before defending their regional title in the nine-day tournament starting on December 2 at Nyayo Stadium. Currently leading the 25-team league with 18 points from nine matches, NCPB aims to maintain their momentum.

Mathews expresses confidence in the team’s readiness through intense but controlled training. Meanwhile, NCPB women’s side secures four points in their last matches before the regional competition.

University of Eldoret Pipers faces a busy schedule in Nairobi, playing four matches, including challenging encounters against Nanyuki, Desert Scorpions, Black Mamba, and unbeaten GSU.

The league features additional matchups, including Black Mamba against Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology and General Service Unit taking on Spartans.


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