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Coastweek -- Bandari Head Coach, Paul Nkata talking to his players during a training session in preparation for their SportPesa Premier League clash against AFC leoprds at Mbaraki Sports Club. Bandari lost 1-0.

Super Cup Title Holders Confident of 4th Win 

Coastweek --  Likoni Combined clash against Bodo Glimts FC in an opening Pool D match of the Taifa ni Ngano Super Cup competition to be played at Mombasa Sports Club today (Friday).

Tomorrow, Nyundo meet Kisauni Youth in a Pool A outing while Boca Juniors face Bibla FC in a Pool B match on Sunday.

On Monday, hosts Mombasa Sports Club entertain Wananyuki in a Pool C match.

Two time winners, Green Eagles opens their campaign against a strong National Super League side, Modern Coast on Wednesday in a match expected to attract a capacity crowd.

Meanwhile, two time winners, Fetuwe FC put up a good account of themselves but failed to collect all the three points when they drew 1-1 with Congo Boys.

Fetuwe scored through Bakari Ruwa in the 2nd minute.

Congo Boys equalised in the 16th minute via ex-Gor Mahia and Harambee Stars midfielder Rama Salim, currently playing professional soccer in Europe.

Fetuwe technical director, Said Bakhressa, famously known as Pereira said the draw has not cost them for they will win their next two matches that will enabled them to qualify for the quarter finals.

And Title Holders, Mombasa Maize Millers FC made a good start in their campaign to win the trophy for the fourth time when they beat Somali Youth 3-0 during the opening Group C match.

Millers took the lead in the 23rd minute through Willy Lugogo who was on the mark again in the 38th minute. The scoreline stood at 2-0 at half time.

The second half saw Somali Youth fighting to reduce the leeway but in vain as Millers defence was unbeatable.

Jude Otieno scored the third goal for the winners in the 73rd minute.

Mombasa Maize Millers technical director, Aref Baghazally expressed hopes of his team retaining the trophy they won three times.

“We’ve trained and prepared well to make sure we win it for the fourth time,” said Baghazally.

In another development, Modern Coast Rangers suffered another setback when they were beaten 2-0 by Kenya Police in a National Super league match.

In FKF National Division One League clashes, Savannah Cement edged Changamwe United 2-1 with Coast Stima recording morale boosting 3-0 win over Mwatate United.



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