Ban barring Kakamega high rugby team lifted
The ban barring Kakamega high school from participating in this year’s regional games that kicked off on Tuesday 22nd at Friends School Kamusinga was lifted yesterday.
Early on, St Peters Mumias who had finished second at county level moved to the court to stop Kakamega high school from representing their county on allegations of fielding non students.
St Peters Mumias lost the case and therefore Kakamega was forced to play all their games in one day in order to be at par with other teams who had already reached semi finals in other games. Kakamega ripped a double win after trashing Bungoma high school and representatives of West Pokot county Chewoyet to book a spot in the semi finals.
In the previous rugby game of the competition, Chavakali high school lost in the hands of St. Joseph’s boys by a margin of one score, after losing seven scores to six before turning tables for the host school Kamusinga high by a humiliation of six score to three.
Chepkomiswo high school suffered a double lose after being hammered nineteen score to nil by the mighty Bungoma high school rugby team, before being beaten by Kolanya boys 30 -0 in the game that appeared to be a one man show.
Hockey witnessed an very entertaining show as national champions in the girls category Trans Nzoia mixed announced their presence in the competition by subjecting Kamusinga girls to a two – nil lose. Busia county champions Moding stumbled on Nasokol girls by a narrow win of one score to nil.
Misikhu girls reduced their opponents Mukumu girls when they faced each other by a win of one score to nil, at the same time Kamusinga girls was being beaten by Tigoi girls in a match that was termed as one sided due to the scores registered by Tigoi 5 -0.
As par now Misikhu girls will battle it out with Tigoi girls in the hockey finals, this is after both teams won their games against Trans Nzoia mixed and Moding girls respectively.
In the boys category, national champions St Anthony boys from Trans Nzoia County were over powered Bokoli by 5- 1, before challenging Kolanya boys three scores to nil, Kolanya had registered a barren draw against Nyangori boys.
Host Kamusinga who also have their name on the national map for displaying good skills in hockey scored one goal to ripe maximum points in the hands of Chewoyet boys from West Pokot County.
Kamusinga high school will face Kolanya high in the hockey finals, this is after a Kumusinga humiliated defending champions St Anthony boys 2-0 who had early on gained a win over Kolanya Boys.
The girl’s basket ball category giants Tigoi and St. Brigids girls won over Butere and Kamusinga respectively, while Kolanya hammered Our Lady of Mercy nineteen baskets against twelve, before being humiliated by St. Brigids 35-12. Mishikhu registered a win over Nasokol by a margin of 37-0.
Basket ball finals will be a court of fire after Tigoi girls and St. Brigids from Kiminini qualified for the finals. Tigoi won their game over Kolanya, as St. Brigids hammered Butere girls.
National champions in basket ball, Kapenguria boys from West Pokot won all their games on day one, including the one they played against the host.
In the semi finals Sigalame high school surprised the host after eliminating them out of the completion by a margin of 49 -35 baskets.
Now Sigalame will battle it out with Kapenguria boys in finals who faced out St Lukes Kimilili 38-32.
All finals will be played today to mark the end of the term one A Ball games and get teams that will merit to the national level.