Top tier Kenyan Premier League clubs made light work of their lower league competition to sail into the FKF Cup quarterfinals.

Top tier Kenyan Premier League clubs made light work of their lower league competition to sail into the FKF Cup quarterfinals.

League leaders Tusker FC set up a tantalizing quarters clash against rivals AFC Leopards SC at the Ruaraka Grounds on Wednesday.

Henry Meja’s goal was enough for the brewers to down Luanda Villa on Saturday.

“The most important thing was to win and I am delighted with the performance. The opponents showed their worth but it is always expected when a team faces a bigger opponent but I am happy .

“The most important thing was to win and I am delighted with the performance. The opponents showed their worth but it is always expected when a team faces a bigger opponent but I am happy .

“There was some element of fatigue because we have been travelling and playing three games in one week is not easy. But we are coming up well,” head coach Robert Matano stated.

Leopards on the other hand were 4-2 winners in an enthralling last-16 encounter against western side Bungoma Superstars.

Goals from skipper Robinson Kamura, Isaac Kipyegon, Collins Shichenge, and Elvis Rupia did the job for Ingwe.

Record Kenya Premier League winners Gor Mahia FC also booked a spot in the quarters after a 2-1 win against Mara United.

Captain Kenneth Muguna and Tito Okello were on target for Gor, who will now face Kariobangi Sharks, after they beat KCB FC on penalties last Sunday.

Meanwhile, Bandari remained on course to defend the trophy after they thrashed Sigalagala FC 5-0 in a one-sided Round of 16 fixture at Utalii grounds.

Former Gor striker Nicholas Kipkirui was on target as Nairobi City Stars also progressed to the last eight following a 2-0 win against Ulinzi Stars at Ruaraka grounds.

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