Polysoccer, Laiser & Hillside meetup

This happened at Laiser hill Academy as there was a tri-academies challenge among the three academies. Polysoccer started the first match in the u14 category against the hosts Laiser hill Academy. Laiser posed a great challenge to our team and were leading by a solitary goal. The team struggled to get accustomed to the slippery…

Mid term challenge

It was an interesting friendly match against Kericho Fc as after the final buzzer, the teams were level at 8 a piece. It was a goals galore as both teams came out guns blazing to try and get total control of the proceedings. Polysoccer will have themselves to blame as they always went ahead but…

Polysoccer edge out parents/friends team

This was the third edition of the friends vs Polysoccer team. The aim was specifically to raise funds for an upcoming league that the team will be registering in July. Invitations had been sent as usual and the team would like to thank the parents/friends who took time off their schedule to play a match…

Double loss for Polysoccer.

  It  was a double loss for the Polysoccer side as we were unfortunate to loose two games in a row on Saturday.  We had a mini tournament at Laiser Hill Academy which involved the hosts LaiserHill, Rongai All stars, Hillview FC and Polysoccer. Due to time constraints, we were only able to play 2…

Bittersweet results at the Polygon grounds

It was a day of mixed results for Polygon Soccer as we played against Gataka Homeboyz. Our young lads in the u-12 team were given a thorough beating after being clobbered 6-1 by the enterprising U-12 Homeboyz team. Our team was trailing in as early as the 7th minute when Homeboyz scored their first goal…

Polygon revenge against Parents/Friends

It was sweet revenge for the Polygon side as they comfortable beat the Parents/Friends tea 8-5 to exert their revenge after suffering a 7-4 loss in the previous encounter two weeks ago. It was the second fundraiser/charity match as parents and friends of Polygon Soccer academy met up at OleFrema Secondary school on 30/03/19 to…

Polygon Held, loose!

It was a bittersweet encounter on 22/02/2019 as Polygon Soccer academy played host to our rivals Gataka Homeboyz. In a previous encounter, Gataka had whitewashed Polygon by 12-2 at their turf which is a result Polygon needed to overturn. In the U-12 category, it was an evenly contested match as our young team showed alot…

Sweet Tasting Victory

We had a friendly match against our perennial adversaries Laiser Hill Academy at their own turf and managed to beat them 7-3. It was a very tactical performance from the Polygon side as we controlled most of the departments both in individual and team efforts.  Laiser Hill did most of the chasing and it wasn’t…

Saturday training 09/02/2019

We were back to training after the parents-kids game that ended 9-8 in favour of the Parents.  This match was a fundraiser towards buying equipment for the team.  The children were also excited and encouraged as they got the chance to interact wit parents on the pitch.  We  were able to acquire some funds that…

Drug and drug abuse week!

This was part of Saturdays training that is about drugs and drug abuse in society.  We had a fruitful engagement with the children as they gave their ideas on how to curb the spread of drug abuse in their communities.  There was a lot of positive engagement from the kids as they had good ideas…

Polygon loose!

It was a day of negative results for the Polygon team as we lost all our matches in all the categories. In a  day where the turn-up was disappointing, both the U11 and U13 categories. We played matches against Ongata Academy, our hosts, and LYSA from Laiser Hill Academy. The results were as follows: LYSA…

Tree planting week!

The captain of this day was David Wasike. We were scheduled to have a friendly against Gataka Homeboys but unfortunately, they came in too late in the day and therefore, the friendly was not played. Therefore, the first order of business for the day, planting trees, began. We panted 10 trees at our training grounds…