The COPA Coca-Cola provincials enters its second leg on Sunday with teams from Nairobi, Western and Central B provinces set to fight for slots in the national finals.
In Nairobi, JMJ Academy (who qualified for the provincial finals after thrashing Starehe Boys 4-0 and not vice versa as earlier reported) will face Makadara Academy in the first quarter-final match at Starehe Boys Centre.
The winner will face either Anointed or ASEC ACD who lock horns in corresponding fixture. The other two quarter-finals will be between Lang’ata Boys and Ofafa Jericho while Jamuhuri Boys will square it off with Kasarani Academy.
The overall winner will earn the right to represent the province in next month’s national finals in Kisumu. The two losing semi-finalists will compete in the third-place playoff.
The girls’ game will pick from the semifinals stage where St. Teresa will battle with Jogoo Road as Kasarani Academy face St. Martins.
Fans will be treated to an elite and thrilling match pitting Nairobi’s best sports journalists who will sweat it out with invitational side Wazee FC.
In Western Province, the quarterfinals will be between Eshikamale and Kegoye with the winner facing either Mundika Secondary or Bukembe who clash in the other quarter-final. The other quarterfinal matches will be between Lumakanda Boys and St. Mathias while Chavakali will clash with Mukumu Boys.
In the girls’ matches, Mudavadi Girls will square it out with Butere Girls with the winner of this quarterfinal encounter facing either Kaimosi or Lugulu Girls. Bishop Njenga versus Busaida Girls and Butula Girls versus Ibinzo Girls will be the other quarterfinal matches.
The Central (B) Province quarterfinal games will see Dedan Kimathi lock horns with Sagana Youth, Nanyuki High with Lasalle Youth and Gift of Nature against Ngenia Boys.
The girls’ quarterfinal games will see Gataragwa Secondary face Reality Stars, Bingwa against Young Vision and Karoti versus Ngenia Girls.
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