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#SPS8 Melta Kabiria beat Impala Fc 2-0 to sail to the finals of the Dagoreti region Super 8 Competition.

On fire Melta Kabiria beat Impala Fc 2-0 at Posta grounds along Ngong Road to sail to the finals of the Dagoreti region in the  SportPesa Super 8 Football Tournament played at the weekend.

Melta Kabiria will now face off with against a stubborn Kawangware United in the Dagorretti zone finals. Kawangware United made their intention for the constituency title known after they posted a 3-1 twin over Riruta Muslims in the second semi finals match played at the venue.

The constituency quarterfinals matches saw Impala FC edge Makombora 2-1; Riruta Muslim edged Congo Youth by a similar margin while Kawangware United thrashed Waithaka Babes 3-1, as Melta Kabiria beat Amani Yassets 3-1.

Embakasi constituency final will be an all Kayole affair with  Kayole Asubuhi and Kayole Youth meeting in the finals.

Kamukunji constituency finals pit Kiambiu Youth against perennial rivals Shauri Moyo Blue Stars. Finalists in Makadara constituency are Jericho All Stars and Makongeni Sports Association.

Kasarani constituency finalists are Lucky Summer Fc and Baba Dogo United. Lucky Summer   beat Metro Sports 3-1 to book the finals berth while Baba Dogo United edged Githurai Sports 2-1 to sail through to the finals.

Finalists in the west side of Nairobi county include Shamako Babes who are poised to tackle Kabete United in the Westlands constituency finals.

 Contestants for Starehe constituency finals are Kiamaiko City and the Technical University of Kenya. Langata constituency finalists are Diguna Fc against Toi Market.

Prize Money for constituency winners will be Sh60, 000 while runners up will get Sh15, 000 while third and fourth place will each bag Sh10, 000.

“The overall winner of the tournament will get Sh500, 000 while runners up will pocket Sh250, 000 and third place Sh100, 000. We thank SportPesa for coming on board to sponsor the tournament which strives to unearth potential football talents in all corners of the city,” said Extreme Sport CEO Hussein Mohammed.


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