Peter Kibukosya side beat their Moi Girls counterparts by 4 wickets in the fourth round matches of the National Girls Secondary School League at Ruaraka Sports Club to put their chances of making it into the finals back on track.
Kibukosya won the toss and elected to bowl. Moi were bowled out for 76 in 18.1 overs, with captain Georgina Matheka top scoring with 32 before being run out. There were also useful contributions from Sharon Jepkosgei (15), Judy Atieno (14) and Lydia Tokesi (11).
For Kibukosya, Esther Wangu took 4 for 12.
In reply, Kibukosya were in early trouble and found themselves on 17 for 3 before Janet Mijiide exerted her dominance in the league so far with 27 runs. She put on a fourth wicket stand of 31 with Russia Biaki (16) that got the scores to 48 before Mijiide was bowled by Ruth Mukami.
Teresa Akumu picked up 3 for 23 for Moi as the target was reached with four overs to spare.
In the other match played at the same venue, Mount Laverna woes in the league continued when they went down by 27 runs to Nile Road Secondary.
Batting first after loosing the toss, Nile Road scored 114 for the loss of 8 wickets. Sharon Kiarie was the top scorer for the victors with 37 runs and was assisted well with Mercy Nduta adding on 20 not out.
Elizabeth Shitandi and Saida Salim made 12 and 10 runs respectively as Ndolo picked three for 21 in his four overs
Angela Zoe and Wilkister Diana were the top scorers for Mount Laverna with 21 runs each as their inning folded on 87 runs.
Defending champions Rift Valley Development who were due to play Ruaraka are leading with nine points folowed by Kibukosya and Nile Road with six points from four matches.
With one round of matches remaining, Kibukosya and debutants Nile Road still have a chance to make it to their first finals.