Kilifi, KENYA: Kwale Girls lead in goals galore, scoring a whopping 28 goals from the opening two matches on Day One of the Coast Secondary Schools Term Two A Games that served off Thursday at Kilifi Township School.
Managed by former Harambee Starlets head coach Joseph Oyoo, Kwale showed supremacy coupled with class by tormenting Lamu county representatives Hongwe secondary 14-0.
They then affirmed their status by running riot over Hirimani Mixed School from Tana River 14-1 to book semifinals slot with a match to spare.
Elsewhere, despite failing to match Kwale Girls’ threat national champions St. Johns Kaloleni sailed to semifinal with a game in hand after trouncing Kajembe 6-0 before cruising 3-1 past Kilifi county representatives Bale Mixed School.
In boys’ soccer, Mombasa county champions Tononoka stormed to the last four with a comfortable 8-0 win over Wiyoni followed by a 5-0 success over Lake Kenyatta, both from Lamu County.
Other results saw Kwale county champions Ramisi qualified for semis after beating Kajembe High from Mombasa 4-0 before narrowly edging Tana River’s Garsen 2-1.
The Games enter Day Two on Friday at Kilifi Township School with the best two teams from each discipline earning a place in the semifinal scheduled for Saturday.