Kenyan Premier League (KPL) giants Gor Mahia and Muhoroni Youth secured places in the KPL Top 8 Cup final to be player later in July after managing wins from their semi final encounters.
The second legs of the semi final encounters were played on Sunday 19 May at the Nyayo National Stadium with Muhoroni Youth playing as the away team against Ulinzi Stars while Gor Mahia played Tusker.
Gor Mahia were 1 – 0 winners over Tusker to book a place in the final on a 3 – 0 aggregate after a 2 – 0 win in the first leg.
Francis Kahata scored a delightful freekick in stoppage time of the first half to add to strikes from Enock Agwanda and Jacques Tuyisenge scored in the first leg exactly a week ago at the Nyayo Stadium.
The other match had Muhoroni Youth play to a 1 – 1 draw with Ulinzi Stars.
The first leg match pitting the two sides ended in a barren draw, then Muhoroni Youth playing as the home team.
Abdala Hamisi opened the scoring on the 23rd minute before Brian Birgen restored parity on the 73rd minute but it was a little too late to deny the men in yellow a place in the final courtesy of the away goal rule.
The two will face off in Mombasa in July in the final.