Kingstone and Githurai United danced into the semi-final match of the annual Kothbiro football tournament played today at Camp Toyoyo grounds.
Kingstone joined Githurai into the best four on the Thursday afternoon after Gihturai had already booked the ticket in the morning encounter.
Kingstone defeated their neighbours Shauri Moyo Sportive 2 -1 in a derby, with the first goal coming in the 7th minute courtesy of John Walubaka before adding his second on the 41st minute before break.
But on 65th minute, Eugene Oduor reduced the deficit, scoring the only and consolation for Shauri Moyo in a 2-1 win.
Earlier on Githurai United beat Cheza Ukipenda fc in post-match penalties to keep their hopes of the title alive and also a position in the lucrative last four.
Cheza Ukipenda were the first on the score sheet in the 58th minute through a strong and powerful header by Alex Libesi. The match was exciting and evenly balanced but Githurai were very strong on the left flank as Georgia based and former Gor Mahia player Amos Nondi made defense unsettling passes that were always completed.
Githurai pressure paid off as in the 90th Raymond Fikirini was fouled strongly in the box. Amos Nondi took the high wire risk and converted the penalty. The match ended a minute later and the post-match penalties went in favor of Githurai as only one shot was blocked from all the shots.
Friday 27 at 11am a fancied Black Mamba will take on a troubling Bundes fc who are still unbeaten in this 40th anniversary edition.
The last mouth-watering quarter-final will see another tournament favorite Piuretto fc from Dandora clash against Sinema fc from Jericho at 3pm
The semi-finals are slated for Saturday 29, and Sunday 30.