Kariobangi Sharks book a second successive FKF Shield quarter-final

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Kariobangi Sharks lost to AFC Leopards in the final in 2017 at the Kasarani Stadium

Kariobangi Sharks booked a quarter-final place with an emphatic 3-1 victory over Modern Coast Rangers at the Mbaraki Sports Club on Saturday.

Sharks overcame a temporary scare from the transporters, who took the lead early in the game, only for their dream of progressing to the last eight to be cut short.

An own goal and strikes from Duke Abuya and James Mazembe, ensured that coach William Muluya, will, for the second time in a row play in the last eight.

Kenya Police, meanwhile, needed post-match penalties to go past non-league side Leysa FC while Riverplate edged out Friendzone 2-0 to also book a place in the last eight. 

Three more matches will be staged on Sunday where Sofapaka, will entertain Western Stima at Narok Stadium. The tie will be preceded with a clash between Tusker against Bungoma Superstars.

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Defending champions AFC Leopards will face off with Division One side Mwatate United in the first match before Gor Mahia squares it out with Posta Rangers.

Fixtures: Sunday: Vihiga United vs Ulinzi Stars (Mumias Complex, 3 pm), Tusker vs Bungoma Superstars (Narok Stadium, 1 pm) (LIVE on Y 254; Sofapaka vs Western Stima (Narok Stadium, 3.15 pm) LIVE on Y 254.

Wednesday: AFC Leopards vs Mwatate United (Kasarani Stadium, 2 pm) LIVE on Y 254; Posta Rangers Gor Mahia (Kasarani Stadium, 4 pm) LIVE on Y 254.

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