The Star (Nairobi)

29 November 2012

Kenya: Changamwe Face Mombasa Poly in FKF Mini League Final

Changamwe Super Eagles FC clash with the Mombasa Polytechnic University College in the eagerly awaited Football Kenya Federation South Coast branch mini league at KPA Mbaraki Sports Club this weekend.

Changamwe survived a scare from Ukunda-based Nacet to overcome them 4-3 at the Mombasa Sports Club grounds last weekend while Mombasa Polytechnic of beat Shanzu United 2-1 at the same venue.

Apart from winning the final match, Mombasa Polytechnic are seeking to avenge the 1-2 defeat at hands of Changamwe at their backyard during the preliminaries.

Changamwe on the other hand will be out to prove their win against the students was not a fluke. Changamwe coach Zabolo Odera said Super Eagles will field a strong striking force of Douglas Ademba, Edwin Juma and Ndute Ndambuki.

"We are prepared to win once again against Mombasa Polytechnic to prove that we are a cut above them as we demonstrated in the initial stage of the mini league. We are not leaving anything to chance," said Odera.

Mombasa Polytechnic on the other hand, will rely on striking maestro Nicodemus Odipo. The league featured eight teams with Group 'A' comprising Shanzu United, SS Assad, Voi Kingstone and Nacet. Group 'B' presented MPUC, Super Eagles, Coastal Kings and Nyota FC.

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