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Kisii School wins rugby 15’s title at Amadi Open

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Kisii School wins rugby 15's title at Amadi Open

Kisii School wins rugby 15’s title at Amadi Open

Kisii School won the rugby 15’s title during the annual Amadi Open Tournament at Maseno, Kenya. The hard-fought victory against Vihiga High School saw Edwin Omari score for Kisii School through penalties in either half.

Kisii previously lost 21-8 to Vihiga in the Prescott Cup final last year. Kisii School coach, Lee Arstone, stated: “Our defence won us the game since we played without the ball most of the time. Our target now is to lift the regional title at home.”

The win sets Kisii on track to fulfil their regional aspirations this year. In the semi-finals, Kisii beat Friends School Kamusinga 54-8 whilst Vihiga thrashed Kabianga 58-6.

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Last year’s national secondary schools finalists, Butula Boys, won the Sevens title, beating Maseno School 28-0. Butula’s coach, Shimenga Livondo, said: “It was a good tournament. Our target this year is to lift the national title.”

Agoro Sare won the boys’ basketball title beating Kabianga 37-22. In the semi-finals, Agoro Sare defeated a hostile Maseno crowd 34-28 in an entertaining game while Kabianga defeated St Mary’s Yala 23-19.

The girl’s title was won by Maseno University, who beat Ibubi 55-10 and Mukumu 43-5 in the round-robin tournament.

In the hockey tournament, St. Anthony’s Kitale beat hosts Maseno 3-1 to win the title. In the semi-finals, St. Anthony’s beat Agoro Sare 3-0 whilst Maseno edged Chebuyusi 1-0. In the girls’ category, Trans Nzoia Girls defeated Mukumu 5-0 to win the title.

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Maseno School won the boys’ handball title after beating Mukumu Boys 21-13 in the final while Kanyamedha edged Mukumu Girls 6-3 to win the girls’ division.

St. Anthony’s Kitale beat Trans Nzoia rivals Goseta 2-0 to lift the boys’ football title. In the semi-finals, St. Anthony’s beat Vihiga High School 1-0 whilst Goseta defeated Ebwali 5-4 on post-match penalties. National secondary schools champions, Wiyeta, beat Kobala 2-1 to win the girls’ football title.

Kisii School wins rugby 15’s title at Amadi Open

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