Busia County stormed into the quarter finals of the Kicosca games after they were awarded a walkover against Kwale who failed to show up at Machakos University on Tuesday.

Busia, the 2015 runners up had drawn 2-2 with Kiambu in their first match played at the same venue.

Their group opponents Kiambu also secured a ticket to the quarters after Kwale failed to show up. The group winner might be decided by a toss of a coin or head to head record.

Busia captain Salim Suleiman said they are likely to meet defending champions Kisii or Trans Nzoia who will complete their preliminary round matches on Wednesday.

KICOSCA men’s soccer action entered day two on Tuesday with champions forced to draws by their opponents.

KICOCSA defending champions Kisii County who are under former Harambee Stars striker Henry Motego were forced to a 1-1 against Tran Nzoia in a nail biting match.

In Kicosca men’s volleyball Busia County beat Nandi 3-0 (25-26, 25-12, 25-9). In the women’s category Busia beat Siaya 3-0.

In the County Assembly Sports Association (CASA) netball action, Busia secured a place in the quarter finals after winning two matches. They beat Kisii 14-0 in the first match and Nandi 14-2 in the second game.

Busia MCAs who were in action included Ruth Ocholla, Margaret Kamito and Florence Atieno. Grace Olita was on the reserve bench.

Busia tug of war men’s team pulled off a major upset when they pulled Narok 2-0 in their first match at Muslims Primary School grounds. They however lost 2-0 to defending champions Laikipia in the second game. Laikipia had beaten Narok 2-0 on Monday.

The ladies team lost their second match 2-0 to Kiambu. They fell to Nairobi by the same margin on Monday.

Busia Cultural dancers will be in action on Wednesday. The team won in own dance category last year in Thika. The County choir will take to the stage on Thursday.