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Football | Kenya

FKF draw conducted



Ulinzi Stars face Sofapaka in a second round match of the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Cup – FKF Cup that kicks off this weekend.

The winner will represent Kenya in the Africa Confederation Cup. The quarterfinals will be staged on September 2 and 3, the semis September 6 and 7 September while the final will be staged on October 20.

The draw also saw bigwigs AFC Leopards pitted against fellow Kenyan Premier League side Mathare United while defending champions Gor Mahia have been pitted against lowly Borabu Chiefs.

KPL champions Tusker will host Keroka Technical while premiership debutants Muhoroni Youth will play at home against West Sugar.

Karuturi Sports face Nakumatt this weekend while Nairobi Stima will entertain Shabana. Another former KPL side Mahakama will be up against Longonot while Raiply will host Nzoia.

Ministry of Youth and Sports side – Moyas- will be away to Wazito while Kenya Revenue Authority face Malindi.

“We hope that we are going to have an entertaining tournament and Iwish all the teams all the best,” said acting vice chairman Richard Asembo.

“We are working on how to make the tournament lucrative and easy to manage. We are also looking for a sponsor,” he added.



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