Sadili soccer is playing U 13 and U 15 categories at our first Left Foot Soccer League. In the ongoing U15 category Sadili team is in the "group of death", Group A. Sadili first played Shangilia from Kangemi, in a tough opening encounter, with Sadili requiring the magic of Eric Onyango who scored twice before Jesse Mwenda applied his swiftness and Kevin Owino, his intelligence, to thrash their opponents 4 – 1. In the second encounter Sadili Soccer Academy played Milimani Primary, a tactical game which worked for about 10 minutes, before the impatient and roaring Sadili team took lead with a culminating shot from Jesse Mwenda with John Peter closing the door, to end the match 2 – 0. The third match was a walkover since Lavington primary were unable to compose a team.The U13 team is drawn in Pool B and, after playing two matches, they are lying 4th in the group with four points. In their first match, Sadili played Millimani Primary winning 4-2 from the artistic play of Levis Osena scoring a hat trick and Evans Otieno coming in from the bench to put his name in the score sheet with a clinical finish from a superb pass of Dennis Isiau. In the second match it was a battle of nerves where the unbeaten Victoria Academy had to take on a tactical Sadili Soccer Academy but it was Sadili who saw the net first. It took Antony Omondi used his swift left foot well to separate the two sides with a distance shoot that went straight into the far corner of the net thus giving Sadili the lead in the first half. Coming into the second half a controversial substitute player of Victoria academy destroyed the Sadili's organized midfield and went for an equalizer the match ended in a draw of 1-1 though it was under protest match and Sadili can be awarded the point if the organisers fail to approve the age of the substitute player who gave them the draw.