FERD interdepartmental games kicked off yesterday (Friday) with 5 matches being played in various pitches in Egerton university, Njoro sports ground.
The matches are being played on a knock out basis with the first 2 teams from each group proceeding to the quarter finals whereas the best loser also qualifies for the same.
The handicapped pool of NARE/13 and NARE /14 will see the winner of their match automatically qualify for the quarters.
The pools are;
WIEM /12 vs WIEM /13,
ENSC /12 vs ENSC /13.
GEO /13 vs ECOT /13,
NARE /12 vs GEO /12.
ENSC /14 vs WIEM /14,
GEO /14 vs ECOT /12.
NARE /12 vs NARE /13.
In the first match, NARE/12 beat GEOG /12 3-2. The match began at a low note with NARE team playing the first few minutes with 10 players after some players arrived late for the match.
Being one man less did not deter the natural resources managers to be as they took the lead through Lelenkuya.The first half ended with NARE leading 1-0.
In the 2nd half, NARE further extended their lead through two quickfire goals from Guyo with the first being a cheeky chip over the keeper before finishing with a plomp.
In the other match ENSC / 12 thrashed their juniors ENSC 7-0 in a rather one sided afair. The senior team had the junior team’s keeper to thank as he allowed rather weak efforts to beat him and ENSC /12 went to the break leading 2-0 courtesy of Tonny Ayieko’s brace.
In the 2nd half,ENSC /12 added a further 5 goals through Cliff Adagi, a brace from Peter Omwenga and a super sub display from their class representative who scored a brace also.
In other matches, WIEM /12 won one nil versus WIEM/13, WIEM /14 won 1-0 versus ensc14 1-0.ECOT/12 were also taught soccer by GEOG/14 who scored six goals past them without a reply.
In rugby, Egerton Wasps travel on saturday (today) to Eldoret where they will face University of Eldoret (UoE) in the finals of Nationwide league, Rift Valley region.
Wasps had beat Eldoret RFC 27-0 in the semis enroute to the finals while also UoE beat Kabarak 31-19.
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