Kenya Ulinzi Starlets, Zetech Sparks through to last eight of FKF Cup

Ulinzi Starlets secured a 3-0 victory against Royal Starlets in their FKF Women’s Cup Round of 16 match, held at the Ndura Sports Complex on Sunday.

Fasila Adhiambo initiated the scoring in the 22nd minute, propelling Ulinzi Starlets into the lead. Just 12 minutes later, she secured her brace, firmly establishing her team’s dominance and bringing the halftime score to 2-0. In the second half, Linda Kihara of Ulinzi Starlets sealed the deal with a goal in the 66th minute, bringing the final score to 3-0 in their favor.

Elsewhere, at the Nakuru Showgrounds, Zetech Sparks triumphed over Vickers Queens with a 4-0 victory, securing their spot in the quarter-finals. Fridhaus Abdalla broke the deadlock in the 19th minute, capitalizing on a rebound inside the penalty box and granting Zetech Sparks the lead. Monalizer Anyango doubled their advantage in the 35th minute, ensuring a halftime score of 2-0 in favor of Zetech Sparks.

The second half saw Beverline Adika extend Zetech Sparks’ lead with a goal in the 55th minute, followed by Sheril Chaviha sealing the victory with a goal in the 78th minute. Additionally, Kangemi Ladies, Kibera Soccer Ladies, and Bungoma Queens also secured spots in the FKF Women’s Cup quarterfinals.

On Saturday, FC Milima Queens and Kisiwa Starlets secured their spots in the last eight after wins against FKF Women Premier League sides Nakuru City Queens and Vihiga Queens at Sudi Stadium. The First half ended in a deadlock with neither team threatening the goal. However, the second half witnessed a change of fortunes as Barbara Masitsa opened the scoring for Milima Queens in the 47th minute before Eunice Nabwoba’s brace in the 81st and 88th minute to seal a 3-0 victory.

In the early kick-off of the doubleheader at Sudi Stadium, Kisiwa starlets beat Vihiga Queens by a sole goal in the 32nd minute by Shamim Makokha. Over at MamboLeo Stadium, Kenya Police Bullets also secured a spot in the quarter-finals after beating KISPED by 2 goals. Lucy Kwekwe scored Bullet’s opener in the 31st minute taking a lead into halftime break. The second goals was scored by Diana Wacera in the 54th minute.

Dennis Mabuka

Dennis Mabuka is a seasoned Kenyan journalist with 18 years of experience covering sports events. He is currently a sport content creator with

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