Sports highlights June 12 2017

Sports highlights June 12 2017

Lewis Hamilton finishes first in the Canadian GP

Dominant Hamilton led from the start to finish to secure his sixth win finishing 20 seconds clear of team-mate Valtteri Bottas and the Red Bull of Daniel Ricciardo at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.”There were no troubles today, it was a beautiful Sunday drive. It’s always a great feeling to deliver and to have it all under control is always an amazing feeling. “Said Hamilton. Once again, Fernando Alonso was let down by his Honda engine while running in the points. Lance Stroll scored his first points in F1 as the Canadian youngster claimed ninth for Williams at his home race.

Gor wreck Leopards to lift inaugural Super Cup title and book Everton date

Gor Mahia FC became the first ever side to win the Super Cup title on Sunday when they hammered archrivals AFC Leopards 3-0 at the Uhuru Stadium in Dar es Salaam on Sunday.

The record Kenyan Premier League (KPL) champions are the only side of the eight that were involved in the tournament not to have gone through penalty shootouts and they made their dominance count with an emphatic victory at Tanzania’s largest city.

The win means K’Ogalo add yet another glittering trophy to their cabinet and walk away with approximately KSh3m in prize money.

To cap it all, they get the chance to play nine-time English Premier League winners Everton FC on June 13 at the National Stadium in the same city.

Goals from Timothy Otieno and substitutes Oliver Maloba and John Ndirangu condemned Ingwe to painful defeat in the Mashemeji Derby played over 900km away from home where these two sides have so often produced Kenya’s most cheered football.

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The Leopards thus settled for the just over KSh1m allocated for runners-up position.


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