Two Sadili Oval teams, Sports for Life and Nature and Sports, sailed through their quarterfinal matches at Langata High School
Young Talents 2 Ligi Ndogo 3
The warm equatorial morning would set stage for a one sided affair between these two teams who have always met at the top league. The best of matches of the day would see Kaka’s Charges miss two very important chances that would have left Ligi licking their wounds .Brian Ochieng, George Mwendwa scored for the Young Talents and Chris Ogutu’s 2 and Julian’s 1 sealed the deal.
Sports for life 4 Milimani Primary 0
Kevin Owino’s 2 goals, Charles Maguto’s 1 and Erick Onyango’s 1 could see a hapless Milimani primary out of the prestigious trophy. But the future is beckoning for Sports for Life. An easy match at the quarters may cause them trouble at the hot semis next week. Lets wait and see.
Lavington United 2 Hope Stars 0
Wario Wako and Felix Njuguna’s goals would lead the pack in tormenting the Hope Stars goalkeeper’s confidence. The duel became so tense that even the referee mistakenly handed out a yellow card in place of the suspension card. The midday sun not only did shine on Lavington United but also worked to scorch the Hope Stars.
St. Pauls 1 Nature and Sports 3
Tightest game of the day. Age verification and careful officiating became a necessity in this game that saw the teams proceed to post match penalties just after a 60 minute low shot from St. Paul’s John Mwangi that would have seen Nature and Sports out. It was curled so neatly that Javiras Okwanyo had to stretch his fingertips to deflect it into the side net. St. Pauls only converted one of their chances while Nature and Sports saw all their 3 spot kicks safely past the goalie and into the net.
Semi final action action continues next Saturday 19th March 2011 at Langata High School.