Fatuma Zarika successfully defended her World Boxing Council (WBC) world super bantamweight title for the third consecutive time after beating Zambia Catherine Phiri.
The Kenyan pugilist won the Saturday Night fight by unanimous decision after scoring 3-0 at a packed dome at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre.
Judges Michael Neequaye, Fillemon Meya and Irene Semakula carded 98-92, 99-91 and 97-93 to hand the 34-year old her third WBC title.
Despite a second successive defeat to the Zambian, Phiri still wants a rematch.
Kenya Prisons boxing star and 2016 Olympian, Rayton Okwiri settled the fight with Tanzanian Pascal Bruno in the second round with a technical knockout.
Kenyan Joyce Atieno beat compatriot Sarah Achieng’ for the Super Lightweight title while Tanzanian Iddi Mkwera beat Kenyan Nicholas ‘Makaveli’ Mwangi for the Super lightweight title with a knock out in the second round.