Players vie for possession during Sundays match between Khartoum and Yanga. Photo by Kenneth Muwanga

Players vie for possession during Sundays match between Khartoum and Yanga. Photo by Kenneth Muwanga

With Monday declared a rest day for all teams, the quarter finals will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Group B leaders APR of Rwanda will face Khartoum on Tuesday who finished third in Group A after losing to Young Africans 1-0 in their finals Group A game.

The second game of the day will be Gor Mahia taking on third best Malakia of South Sudan with their 100percent record from the group stages.

Wednesday will see KCCA of Uganda facing Al Shandy from Sudan before the cracker between the two Tanzanian giants Young Africans and Azam at the National Stadium.

Meanwhile Gor Mahia striker Mike Olunga is now leading scoring charts with 4 goals after the group stages.

The young Kenyan forward has been the star of the tournament so far and his style of play has attracted fans as well as several clubs intent on capturing his signature.

?I am proud to be the leading scorer, I want to take the boot home because we can?t take the trophy unless we score goals and we need both of them. I am still learning and will work hard for more goals in the tournament? he said after their Group A game against Khartoum.

CECAFA Kagame Cup Quarterfinals

Tuesday

APR v Khartoum

Gor Mahia v Malakia

Wednesday

KCCA Vs Al Shandy

Young Africans Vs Azam

By Kenneth Muwanga, The New Vision

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