17th edition of Nguna Cup enters semi-finals hurdle
17th edition of Nguna Cup enters semi-finals hurdle

17th edition of Nguna Cup enters semi-finals hurdle

The 17th edition of Nguna Cup is entering its final stages with Nguutani United set to face Migwayo in the semi-finals of the tournament slated for Saturday, December 21 at the Nguutani Secondary School. 

Since it's inception back in 2002 the tournament has been able to produce Eric Zakayo who now plies his trade in the Kenyan Premier League with Tusker FC and is one of the most popular competitions in Ukambani that attracts large crowds.

Zakayo played for Talanta Kavalyani FC who are back to back winners of the tournament but were unfortunate to be knocked out in the Round of 16 of this edition.

The tournament is sponsored by Mwingi West Member of Parliament, Charles Nguna with the winners pocketing Ksh. 110,000, Runners Up Ksh. 85,000, Second Runners Up Ksh. 60,000 with fourth-placed finishers taking home Ksh. 50,000.

Nguna Cup also features a ladies tournament that runs concurrently with the men's tournament and has attracted scouts from various parts of the country who come in search of raw untapped talent.

The tournament will take a festive break before resuming for the finals which are penciled for Monday, December 30. 

Semi-finals fixtures


Riverbank Talents vs Thokoa Starlets-8:30 AM

Kiio Ladies vs Kairungu ladies-1 PM


MJ's vs Thitani FC-11 AM

Nguutani United vs Migwayo FC- 4 PM

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