Koth Biro: Wenyeji Youth reach last eight

 Patrick Gitau

Borussia FC's Fredrick Ochieng (right) vies for the ball with Biafra Kamaliza's Patrick Gitau during their Koth Biro Round of 16 match at Ziwani grounds on January 12, 2022.

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What you need to know:

  • Wenyeji United replied in the 72nd and 76th minutes through Nasib Ali’s penalty and Musa Masika, who also turns up for Foorball Kenya Premier League side Wazito FC.
  • The off-season football tournament's round of 16 matches continue on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Majengo estate's Wenyeji Youth FC Wednesday beat compatriots Wenyeji United 3-2 at Nairobi’s Ziwani ground to qualify for the Koth Biro quarter-finals.

The victors led 2-0 at half-time following goals scored by Ali Hussein and Peter Kilari before Francis Mwangi added the winner in the 65th minute.

Wenyeji United replied in the 72nd and 76th minutes through Nasib Ali’s penalty and Musa Masika, who also turns up for Foorball Kenya Premier League side Wazito FC.

The off-season football tournament's round of 16 matches continue on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Thursday fixtures

Wendani United v Mlango United (11am), 1000 Sportive v Kisima (3pm).

Friday

Mathare Combined v Huruma Kona (11am), Slumscores v Ruaraka All Stars (3pm)

Saturday

Leeds United v Sharp FC (11am), Kingstone v Team Dandora (3pm).

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