Last updated 1 year ago | By Ben Ahenda
As teams get ready for national primary school games, Nakuru defeated Narok 28-2 to sail through to girls' handball semifinals as Rift Valley Term Two games entered the penultimate stage at Makutano Primary School, in Kapenguria yesterday.
In other quarterfinals, Uasin Gishu registered a 14-12 win over Elgeyo Marakwet, Trans Nzoia slammed Kericho 15-4 and West Pokot defeated Baringo 10-7.
Nakuru will today face Trans Nzoia in the first semifinal, while Uasin Gishu take on West Pokot in the second encounter.
In girls’ football, Nandi defeated Baringo 3-2 to reach the last four.
Meanwhile, Nandi will today tackle Trans Nzoia in the first semifinal after they registered a slim 1-0 victory over Kajiado.
Bomet was set to tackle Kericho in the third quarterfinal clash with West Pokot facing Uasin Gishu in another encounter.
In boys’ football, Uasin Gishu looked set to qualify for the quarterfinals after they secured four points from a 2-1 victory against Bomet and drew 0-0 against Trans Nzoia in Pool A matches.
In Pool B, Kericho and Kajiado settled for a one all draw.
In Pool C, Turkana walloped Baringo 4-1 while in Pool D, West Pokot overcame Nakuru 3-2.
Earlier, three teams made it to the quarterfinals after they registered their second successive victories in boys’ handball preliminary matches in their respective pools.
In Pool A, Nakuru whipped Uasin Gishu 9-3, Trans Nzoia registered a slim 11-7 win over Bomet in Pool B, while Elgeyo Marakwet bagged another slim 10-9 win over Nandi.