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🟢 | 7' Gor Mahia forced into an early substitution Alpha Onyango is injured he gets replaced by John Macharia Gor Mahia 0 Wazito FC 0 #BKPLLigiYetu #BKPL
Wazito Football club is an association football club based Nairobi, Kenya. It is owned by Swedish businessman Ricardo Badoer.
Sofapaka Football Club is a football club, based in Nairobi. They play their home games at the Kenyatta Stadium, Machakos, Kenya.
Waitomo is a rural community in the King Country region of New Zealand's North Island. It includes Waitomo Caves, a solutional cave system and popular tourist attraction.
Waitomo District is a territorial authority, located in the Waikato region, at the north of the King Country area in the North Island of New Zealand. A small part of the district, the locality of Tiroa, however, lies in the Manawatū-Whanganui region.
In New Zealand folklore, the waitoreke is an otter/beaver-like creature. It is usually described as a small otter-like animal that lives in the South Island of New Zealand.
The Waitomo Glowworm Caves attraction is a cave at Waitomo on the North Island of New Zealand. It is known for its population of Arachnocampa luminosa, a glowworm species found exclusively in New Zealand.
Waitōtara is a town in South Taranaki, New Zealand. Waverley is 10 km to the north-west, and Whanganui is 34 km to the south-east.
Waitoriki is a locality in Taranaki, New Zealand. Inglewood is about 4.5 km to the southwest.
Waitotara was a New Zealand parliamentary electorate in South Taranaki. It existed from 1881 to 1893, and again from 1978 to 1996.
Waitomo was a parliamentary electorate in the Waikato region and the King Country of New Zealand, from 1919 to 1972. The electorate was represented by four Members of Parliament.
Waitomo Caves Hotel is a historic hotel built in 1908 that is located in Waitomo District, King Country above Waitomo Caves in New Zealand. The building is famous for its unique style of New Zealand Victorian.
Waitotara is a town in South Taranaki, New Zealand. Waverley is 10 km to the north-west, and Wanganui is 34 km to the south-east.