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Obunga to face Bandari in Chapa Dimba national semis

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Chapa Dimba
Obunga boys celebrate one of their goals
  • Obunga beat Lysa 3-1 to make the semis
  • They are looking to win the title on home soil
  • The final will be played on Saturday

Hosts Obunga FC from Kisumu County, Vihiga’s Ebwali Boys, PASC Langa from Uasin Gishu and Bandari Youth from Mombasa have successfully advanced to the semi-finals of the Safaricom Chapa Dimba youth tournament in the boys’ category following the quarter final matches played today at Mamboleo Stadium and Moi Stadium in Kisumu County.

The ‘Mighty’ Obunga FC, led by Evans Oketch, easily sailed to the semis by defeating Lysa FC from central 3-1 in the first boys’ quarterfinal held at Mamboleo Stadium.

Rodgers Omondi opened the scoring in the 6th minute, putting his team ahead. John Lokalia equalized for Lysa FC  in the 23rd minute. Just before halftime, Bill Clinton scored for Obunga FC making it 2-1.

Obunga FC further intensified their attack in the second half, with Collins Otieno netting the third goal four minutes after halftime, to seal  the score at 3-1.

In another Chapa Dimba semifinal played at Momboleo Stadium, Brenda Girls from Bungoma dominated the game to edge out Kitui’s Syomunyu Secondary on 4-2 in the girls’ category.

Caroline Otenyo and Jael Awino scored a goal each with Joina Namukuru scoring a brace for Brenda Girls. Syomunyu’s goals were netted by Molvin Awuor and Mathar Wambua.

Chapa Dimba title on the horizon

Chapa Dimba

Action in the boys’ category

“In the first half, we were a bit sluggish, but in the second half, we came in strong, dominating the game and securing the win. For tomorrow’s semifinals, our strategy is to remain composed, capitalize on numerous attacks, as our ultimate goal is to lift the national trophy,” said Dickson Simiyu, Head Coach Brenda Girls

In the second Chapa Dimba boys’ quarterfinals, Ebwali Boys overwhelmed Chuka University Scorpios, winning 2-1 to secure their spot in the semifinals. The Scorpios struck first with a goal in the 10th minute, scored by Enock Runi after a melee in the keeper’s box.

Ebwali Boys created numerous chances and dominated proceedings. Their efforts were rewarded in first-half injury time when Austine Odongo converted a penalty to equalize. Four minutes after the restart, captain Derrick Oketch led from the front, scoring the goal that proved to be the winner.

In the second Chapa Dimba girls’ quarters played at Moi Stadium, the Rift Valley giants Wiyeta Girls from Trans Nzoia, pipped Dagoretti Mixed Girls from Nairobi 1-0.

The clash of titans was a nervy arm wrestle that sprung to life in the last 25 minutes. Wiyeta’s Dorine Wandera was sent off in the 67th minute, Dagoretti Mixed’s (Girls)’ Sheila Serphine had her shot saved in the 80th minute after a one-on-one situation, and four minutes later Wiyeta’s Charity Nekesa scored the winning goal after a delightful cross by Edna Wanda.

Wiyeta prepared to go all out

Chapa Dimba

Action in the girls’ category

“As Wiyeta we have the heritage and we have prepared well. Our goal is to win the national title and bag the million shillings.” Joseph Wafula, Head Coach Wiyeta Girls

In the other Chapa Dimba quarterfinals, Nyanza’s reigning champions and season one national champions, Plateau Queens, secured a 2-0 victory over Changamwe Ladies. Meanwhile, Barcelona Ladies SC  from Laikipia cruised to a dominant 18-0 win against Wajir Queens in a one-sided encounter.

PASC Langa FC from Uasin Gishu made a strong comeback in the boys quarterfinals, winning 4-1 against Dandora’s Young Kings after bouncing back from a 1-0 deficit. Bandari Youth FC also defeated Wajir All Stars 6-1 to secure their spot in the semifinals.

The girls’ Chapa Dimba semifinals will be played Friday, where Brenda Girls will meet Wiyeta Girls as Plateau Queens alias Nyakach Girls square it out with Barcelona Ladies SC.

The boys’ Chapa Dimba semifinals showdown will go down on Saturday at Mamboleo stadium, where Obunga FC will battle it out with Bandari Youth FC, while Ebwali Boys FC will clash against PASC Langa FC.

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