Football Fever: Shanderema Takes on St. Anthony’s, Agoro Sare Locks Horns with Dagoreti

The air is buzzing with excitement as Shanderema takes the stage against St. Anthony’s Kitale in what’s shaping up to be an epic semifinal clash. It’s like watching two heavyweight champions enter the ring, ready to battle it out for glory and bragging rights. And guess what? Shanderema isn’t fazed by the odds; their head coach is oozing confidence like a smoothie overflowing from the blender.

Shanderema were crowned kings of Pool ‘A’ after a smashing 3-0 victory against Kirangari. That’s like hitting a home run in the final match and securing their ticket to the semifinals against the mighty ‘Solidarity Boys’. And let’s not forget about Maxwell Wamalwa, who bagged not one but two goals, while Kelly Madada sealed the deal with the third. It’s like a symphony of football greatness, and the crowd is loving every moment.

Now, if you’re wondering how Shanderema’s coach feels about facing the giants, brace yourself for his words of wisdom. He’s got a glint in his eye and a smile that says, “We’re the underdogs, but we’re here to shake things up.” They’re like the surprise package that’s about to burst open with unexpected brilliance. And just to add to the drama, they’re taking it one game at a time, eyes set on the ultimate prize and a spot in the East African regional games.

On the other side of the field, Agoro Sare is flexing their muscles after a spectacular 7-0 victory against Khorof Harar. They’re like a force of nature, and they’ve clinched a spot in the semifinals against Dagoreti, who managed a nail-biting 1-0 win against St. Antony. It’s like watching a chess match with moves that keep everyone on the edge of their seats.

And let’s not forget about the girls! Wiyeta, reigning champions, turned up the heat with a mind-boggling 6-0 triumph against Mbitini. It’s like they’re rewriting the football rulebook, and the scoreboard is their canvas. Now they’re gearing up to face Dagoreti, who secured a spot after a 4-1 victory against Kombani. And as if the drama couldn’t get any juicier, Madira, who finished second in the pool, is all set to take on Butere.

But wait, that’s not all! Rugby 7’s is making waves too. Champions Koyonzo are on a roll, leaving their opponents in the dust with a stunning 36-0 victory. And guess what? They’re maintaining their unbeaten record like a king protecting his castle. Meanwhile, Vihiga is showing their western prowess with a 31-10 win against Bwake. It’s like a battle of titans, and the rugby field is their arena.


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