GOtv Shield: AFC Leopards handed National Super League side

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Ingwe qualified for second round of the knock out event after humiliating little known Dero FC from Kisumu 15-1

AFC Leopards will face Nairobi Stima in GOtv Shield round of 32 on July 8.

Ingwe qualified for the second round of the knock out competition after humiliating little known Dero FC 15-1 last weekend. In other matches, Ulinzi Stars will face Sony Sugar, Gor Mahia tackle Bandari, champions Tusker host Palos FC while Sofapaka will confront Western Stima.

July 8 (Saturday): Zetech University v Kakamega Homeboyz (Mumias), AFC Leopards v Nairobi Stima (Mumias), Mwatate v Butterfly (Wundanyi Stadium), KenPoly v Kariobangi Sharks (Machakos), Nakumatt v Modern Coast Rangers (Machakos), Ulinzi Stars v Sony Sugar (Camp Toyoyo), Balaji v Nzoia Sugar (Camp Toyoyo), Karatina Homeboyz v GFE 105 (Thika Stadium), Sofapaka v Western Stima (Thika Stadium).

July 9 (Sunday): Young Divers v Eldoret Youth (Mbaraki), Wazito v KCB (Camp Toyoyo), Ushuru v Vihiga United (Camp Toyoyo), Bidco United v Rain Forest (Thika), Gor Mahia v Bandari (Thika), Taqwa v Savannah Cement (Kinoru) and Tusker v Palos (Kinoru).

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