Al Ahly 1-0 Solidarity Boys
Al Ahly saw off one of the tournament’s favourite team, Solidarity B
Titus Kapchanga missed a penalty late on for the Solidarity side who came into the Rift finals as favourites having knocked out National champions Kapenguria Heroes.
Tumkas Boys 4-1 White Rhino
In the first semifinal
In the girls final Nandi’s Itigo girls will take on Kitale Queens from Transzoia after they both breezed through their respective semifinal games.
Itigo Girls 3-1 Bomet Queens
Backed by their vocal schoolmates who had come in droves at the stands, Itigo Girls Saw off Bomet Queens 3-1 in the first girls’ semifinal. Jepkorir Holger opened the scoring for Itigo in the 18th minute before a Mercy Tarus double either side of the break made it three nil. Windrose Chepkoech scored a consolation goal for Bomet in the 89th minute.
Kitale Queens 2-0 Nakuru West Queens
In the second semifinal two goals either side of half time by Philis Chemtai and Metrine Nanjala was enough to see Kitale Queens beat Nakuru West Queens 2-0.
The finals will be played on Sunday at the ASK Showgrounds in Eldoret from 8:00am
The winners will receive a cash reward of Ksh 200,000 each and
The runners-up will also pocket Ksh 100,000 each among other individual prizes. The competition aims at scouting for youth talent, developing grassroots football, and ultimately propel gifted players to the national team.
This year an all-star team will be selected to attend a training camp in Spain during which they will play against local youth sides.
Itigo Girls 3: 1 Bomet Queens
Kitale Queens 2: 0 Nakuru West Queens
Tumkas Boys 4: 1 White Rhino
Solidarity boys 0:1 Al Ahly
Itigo Girls (Nandi) Vs Kitale Queens (Transzoia)
Tumkas Boys (Uasin Gishu) Vs Al Ahly (Kajiado)