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Football | Kenya

Ulinzi to camp in Mombasa



Ulinzi Stars are set to go for a two week residential camp in Mombasa immediately after playing their last league match against KCB.

The team will be using the residential camp to prepare for the Africa military games to be played in the Ivory Coast next month.

Chairman Lt J.S.Mwinyikai intimated to supersport.com that they will be using the Mombasa camp to acclimatize since Abidjan has the same weather as Mombasa.

"Our focus is now shifting to the military games where we intend to travel in the first week of December to Ivory Coast and that is why we have decided to take our camp to Mombasa so as to acclimatize in readiness for the military games. We are taking the African military games very seriously since we also want to qualify for the World military games as we did last time."

"We intend to take a full strength team to show the importance we have in the games which have given our players a good avenue to expose their talent," Mwinyikai told supersport.com.

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