Nakuru Region outfit Kapenguria Boys will battle Coast champions Aga Khan in a match dubbed top of the Pool duel in Basketball discipline as the Brookside Dairy sponsored-Kenya Secondary School Sports Association (KSSSA) Term One games enters day three at Friends School Kamusinga in Bungoma county on Wednesday.
Both teams have booked a slot in the semi-finals after registering two victories in as many matches with Kapenguria outclassing Lake Region representatives Kisumu Boys 48-42 as Aga Khan overwhelm Kangaru from North Region 48-39, but this does not formalize the tie as both teams would want to lead the log to avoid pairing other Pool toppers.
Meanwhile Tigoi Girls earned a semifinal ticket after overcoming Coast’s St Johns 3-1 on Tuesday to go top of pool A with six points from two matches as Sinyolo responded to a defeat in their opening match with a 2-1 win over Kapkolei from Mau region.
In Pool B Kerugoya Girls and Misikhu Girls will fight for a top of the group spot having collected maximum points from the onset two matches. Kerugoya trounced Gategi 3-0 yesterday as Misikhu cruised 2-0 past Moi.
In boys hockey, St Anthony are into the semis after securing their second 2-0 win in their encounter against Meru yesterday as Upper Hill settled for a 1-1 draw against St Charles Lwanga in pool B. Title holders Narok returned to winning streaks after stunning Maseno 2-0 in pool A.