Neddy Atieno followed up Thursday's hattrick with four goals as Harambee Starlets mauled Mauritius 11-0 in the ongoing COSAFA Women's Cup in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.
The onslaught started on the 9th minute, Mwanahalima Adam unleashing a curling shot at the edge of the box for Starlets' first goal before Neddy Atieno capitalized on a rebound to bundle the ball home in the 25th minute for the team's second goal.
Four minutes later, Neddy Atieno was at it again, this time tapping in from close range after a well-swinged cross from the left flank. Lucy Mukhwana then made it four for Kenya just two minutes later with a loop on an onrushing keeper Betty. Neddy's diving header in the 45th minute ensured that Starlets went into the break with a five-goal lead, taking her goal tally to three in the process.
Mauritius made an early change in the second half, bringing in Salano for Asol while Florence Awino and Lilian Adera replaced Pauline Musungu and Omondi for Kenya.
Mukhwana then completed her brace in the 49th minute after connecting with Neddy's pass to tap the ball into the net before Neddy took her tournament tally to seven goals with a goal placed at the right top corner of the post. Maurititus had a chance to score their first goal of the competitition at the half hour mark, but will have themelves to blame after a miscommunication between three players denied them a simple tap in from a rebound.
Substitute Cheris Avilia joined the onslaught with a cool composed finished against an oncoming keeper in the 51st minute before Dorcas Shikobe's long range strike made it 9-0 for Starlets.
In the 84th minute, Mwanahalima produced a fine solo run in the left flank, getting past three defenders in emphatic fashion before slotting the ball into the bottom left corner for her second goal of the match to make the scores 10-0. An unfortunate own goal by Rassoie in additional time finally completed the 11-0 convincing win for the Kenyan ladies.
Starlets face Swaziland in their last Group B match on Monday September 18 from 17:00.
Stalets Starting XI: Mwanahalima Adam, Juliet Auma, Dorcas Shikobe, Neddy Atieno, Caroline Anyango, Pauline Musungu, Caroline Chepkoech, Lucy Mukhwana, Wendy Achieng, Monicah Karambu, Dorris Anyango
Substitutes: Esther Nandika, Lilian Adera, Cheris Avilia, Janet Bundi, Phoebe Owiti, Florence Awino, Jennipher Adhiambo, Mercy Achieng
Mauritius Starting XI: M Betty, M Anthony, M Sylvie, M Rassoie, M Jerome, C Aliphon, M Bidias, A Edouard, M David, M Sadien, M Ste Marie.