Chapa Dimba na Safaricom action advances in Eastern and Rift Valley

Chapa Dimba na Safaricom action advances in Eastern and Rift Valley

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Kericho and Bureti sub-branches will be active in search of winners to join those from Bomet, Trans Mara and Narok sub-branches in the Chapa Dimba na Safaricom South Rift Branch finals next weekend.

Zoo Youth, Siso and Tinga Tela of Kipkellion are part of the teams hoping to advance.

Matches will also advance in Uasin Gishu, Nandi North, Nandi South, Marakwet and Keiyo sub-branches in the North Rift Branch.

There will be action in 24 different venues across the branch. Focus will, however, be in Eldoret where the branch boys champion Mwiruti Secondary face off with GFC 105 and Greece at Kapsoiya Primary on Saturday.

Central Rift

Nakuru, Koibatek and Baringo sub-branches will each be seeking boys’ winners. Marigat and Kapropita will be fighting for the Baringo boys title at Marigat as Kabimoi, Poror Mote and Alfatah chase the Koibatek edition at Eldama Ravine Stadium. Mogotio Starlets and Ravine Soccer Queens will face off for the girls title

Winners on the day will join their counterparts from Samburu, Kajiado, Nyandarua, and Naivasha in the inter sub-branch finals set for Nakuru on 23-24 February.

ASEC FC, Mwenge Youth, defending champions Nakuru AllStars and Rongai Eagles will all assemble at Rhonda Primary for the Nakuru title.

Lower Eastern

Triumph (boys) and BMW (Girls) of Embu will host three other teams from Tharaka, Meru South and Mbeere for the Lower eastern title at Moi stadium, Embu.

The winning boys and girls teams will qualify for the Eastern regional finals set for 9-10 March 2019 at the Kitui Showground.

Upper Eastern

Games will be activated in Moyale and Isiolo sub-branches while in at the Nkubu Stadium in Embu, Meru Talents, Kithurine and Nkubu will be up for the Meru Central boys title.

At Maili Tatu, Kaliene Sec, Kailithia, KK Rwanjee, Leeta, Thinyaine, Nkanda, and Mariri will be gunning for the Meru North title as Kaelo and Nyax Queens chase the female accolade.


Machakos Boys will be the center of action as winning teams from Mwingi, Kitui, Machakos and Makueni assemble for the inter sub-branches.

St. Mary’s Ndovea who took over from regional girls champions Ngakaa Talent Academy as Makueni champions will be up against Katoloni Ladies of Machakos, Riverbank Starlets of Mwingi and Kitui Ladies.

Scotlltanders of Machakos, Solico of Mwingi, Utoo FC of Kitui and Tumaini School of Makueni will be locked for the boy’s title.

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