Soweto Hope romped into the finals of the Embakasi Peace and Unity Cup with an emphatic 4-0 win over FC Barca, in the penultimate round of the tournament.
The match, played on Saturday 28 January at the Kayole Calvary grounds saw Tobias Tabu register a hat-trick, which mated with a Philip Omondi strike to knock Barca out of title contention.
In the second semi-final, Komarock Rangers continued with the high scoring trend of the day, handing Macmillan a 3-0 defeat. The goals were lined up by Frederick Wanjohi, Samuel Komba, and Sylvester Ochichi.
Soweto now meet Komarock on Sunday 29, in the finals to be played at the Dandora grounds, immediately after the third-place play-offs.
The winner will take home KSh30,000 and the losing finalist KSh20,000. The third best team will have KSh15,000 in the bag.