The kickball teams of Gbarpolu and Margibi Counties are expected to meet in the second semifinal game, after both outfits emerged victorious on Sunday, January 13, 2014, at the crowded Samuel K. Doe Sports Complex in Paynesville, outside Monrovia.
Nimba and Bong Counties will clash in the first kickball’s semifinal battle.
On Sunday, Grand Kru girls began the game with an excitement with a win in the first round, while Gbarpolu ended a drought.
The second and third rounds saw Bopolu girls runining home with two points each, while the Barclayville girls could not keep up their pace, but won the third and fifth rounds.
In the secong game, the Bentol girls were squarely in a ‘dream-land’, as they could not make a home run in the first four rounds, while the Gibi girls led 5 points.
In the last three rounds, Montserrado put up a show and ended with five wins, while Margibi, dropped extra four points, and convincingly pinned Montserrado 9-5 points.
Yesterday, Grand Cape Mount girls bowed to Bong 5-1, and Nimba narrowly beat Bassa, 4-3.
In the second semi-final, Bong County defeated Grand Cape Mount County 3-2. Sinoe County was schelduled to meet Grand Bassa in the second game.