Wiyeta finished their group assignments with a comfortable 3-0 win over Ogari.
The Rift Valley had already secured a semis slot and finished their group assignments in style, whipping Ugari. Shaylin Opisa, Jecinta Karemani and Laventa Akinyi scored the goals.
In the other pool match Njabini secured the other semi final berth after beating Dagoreti mixed 3-1.
Lavin Anyango, Everline Adhiambo and Rita Nyoroka scored the goals for the central representatives. Faith Osinde bagged the consolation for the Nairobi region representatives.
In the boys U16 category, Serani kept their 100% record with a 2-1 win over Gatamaiyu.
Mahir Mohamed and Juma Mwinyikai scored the goals for Serani while Ongao Mucheni got the consolation for Gatamaiyu.
In the other group A match, Koyonzo moved to the semis with a 1-0 win over Goseta from Rift Valley. Fred Okutoyi scored the lone goal of the match.
Serani finish the pool on top with nine points while Koyonzo is second.
“It was a good outing for the boys. It’s the first time they are playing in the national school games and and I believe they will learn from this. We definitely lacked experience at this level and it clearly worked against us, but there’s nothing to regret about because it’s all about learning and giving these players a chance at an early age, “Goseta coach Amos Juma said.
“The boys played according to instructions. Our goal was to qualify for at least the semi final and we have achieved that. These players strong character, they fought really hard and we got a deserved win. We now take rest as we wait to know who we play in the semis,” Chrisantus Joseph Otsieno a former Barding High School, West Kenya and Bidco United coach now in charge of Koyonzo stated.
Semi final pairings
Boystown vs Serani
Dagoretti vs Koyonzo