National sec sch games kicks off in Kamusinga
Kakamega High School launched their bid to reclaim the national 15’s rugby title with a 17-9 win over Maseno School yesterday.
The 2013 champions sent the strong message as this year’s Brookside Dairy national secondary schools term one games got underway at Friends School Kamusinga.
Maseno settle early in the game as they kept terrorizing the opponent’s defence byt Kakamega intensified their hunt for a reply and their efforts paid off in the tenth minute as Ibrahim Shikanda scored a try with Anganya converting for a 7-3 lead.
The match was highly charged with Maseno’s Spencer John and Cedrick Otunga of Kakamega forced to the sin-bin in the 11th minute.
Kakamega play Moi Sirgoi while Maseno take on Kangaru in today’s matches.
In another pool A match, Moi Sirgoi of Mau beat Kangaru 10-0 as Bungoma play Upper Hill while Mang’u tackle St. Georges.
The national hockey champions Narock boys were thought a lesson by Kamusinga after being given a 1-0 beating.
Kamusinga missed the last years slot after being eliminated by Anthony but according to their coach this is their year.
Other Nzoia region hockey representatives St Anthony who took the mantle from Kolanya that was disqualified for fielding non qualified players during the Regianals also started well squizing upper hills 2-0 in their game.
Nzoia region girl’s giants Tigoi and Misikhu cleared their path towards the East and Central Africa games registering the win in their matches as basketball regiaanal boys Kapenguria stormed in style.
Elsewhere, former basketball boys champions Upper Hill routed Wajir of Northern Region 88-9 in their opener while Alliance narrowly edged out Kapsabet 54-52 in pool A.
In the girls basketball contest, Coast champions Kaya Tiwi triumphed 51-23 over Buruburu Girls to register their first victory.
In another group a match title favourites St Brigids Kiminini overpowered Kirigara of Highlands Region 54-34.