Vihiga Queens’ radical forward Tereza Engesha is prepared to defend her leading scorers’ award however confesses will be a high order to attain last season’s turning point.

The 23-year-old scored 36 goals to win the inaugural Kenya Footballers Welfare Association (KEFWA) Women Gamer of the Year Award in the 2019 season. She has actually assisted Alex Alumira’s side win the nationwide title for three consecutive seasons.

The strong left-footed gamer has actually registered eight objectives out of 13 scored by Queens up until now this season and leads the scoring chart in Zone ‘A’ alongside Wadadia’s Ruth Chebungei.

Engesha, nevertheless, stated with the decreased variety of games, it will be an uphill job to rating over 30 objectives. Regardless of that, she hopes to maximise on her qualities to assist the group retain the title.

“It would have been extremely easy to repeat the 36 objectives heroics but the league is no longer unified and we have less matches to contend with. I want to score as much as I can and help Queens keep the title however it won’t be smooth-sailing like last season,” she observed.

“I am a contemporary goal poacher who turns up in big moments. I need to score more from the 18-yard box and I will need to utilize my power and method which I am blessed with. My ideal foot is equally strong however not as effective as my routine left. I would likewise like to hit the back of the web with my head,” said the former Swedish Division Two side Dalhem IF player.

Engesha is a big video game player as she has regularly performed well in a high- pressure environment. With Chebungei going toe to toe with Engesha at the minute, she said she enjoys the competition as it will press her to be a much better player.

“It’s real there’s pressure but I blossom under it. I have actually remained in this scenario before and I understand how to handle it. Let’s wait and see how the season will unfold,” she kept in mind.

Engesha featured for Starlets in the Confederation for 2019 Cecafa ladies’s tourney in Tanzania, scoring when as the Kenya Queens powered their method to the local gong.