Kamusinga, Kirandich set for handball final showdown
- The national champions Moi Girls Kamusinga will play Kirandich in the final at the National Secondary Schools Term One Games girls' handball at Shanzu Teachers Training College in Mombasa
- Holders Kamusinga edged Sega Girls 19-15 in the first semis clash with Kirandich claiming a 21-17 victory over Kirigira in the other last four clash
The national champions Moi Girls Kamusinga will play Kirandich in the final at the National Secondary Schools Term One Games girls’ handball at Shanzu Teachers Training College in Mombasa.
Holders Kamusinga edged Sega Girls 19-15 in the first semis clash with Kirandich claiming a 21-17 victory over Kirigira in the other last four clash.
Kirandich Coach Benjamin Korir expressed his joy following their semis success and vowed to push the defending champions all the way for the title.
“We have been training hard despite keeper’s error we scored more than our opponents.”
He added “it’s an honour for us securing our first chance to be in East africa but we want to win the national title first before shifting focus to Regional games.”
In boys handball St.Luke Kimilili will be eyeing their tenth title when they face Eastern Mbooni in the finals.
Kimilili white washed White house by 31-07 as Mbooni won their last four clash against Mangu by 19-15 margin.
In girls hockey Coast representative St.Johns Kaloleni are in their course to claim the title they last won in 2014 when the nationals were held at the same venues.
Johns put to sword Central’s Kerugoya girls when they won by two goals to one courtesy of Vivian Akoth and Roselyn Kazungu’s goals in 24th and 42th minutes respectively.
Kaloleni coach Austin Oluoch said that their target is almost reaching as he calls out to coastal fans to come out in large numbers to support them.
“We enjoy a home support and we call upon others who have not been here to come out tomorrow as we fly Coast flag high,” said Oluoch.
St.Johns will be chasing the title in the finals against 2017 champions St.Cecilia Misikhu who bundled out Kerugoya by two goals to nil in the other semi.
In boys Defending champions St.Anthony kicked out St.Charles Lwanga of Coast by two goals to nil and will face Friends school Kamusinga who won by three shoot out to nil against Meru school after a one all draw.
Summarized Semis Results
Mangu 15-19 Mbooni
Kimilili 31-07 White House
Kamusinga 19-15 Sega
Kirandich 21-17 Kirigira
Nyamira 0-2 Misikhu
Kerugoya 1-2 St.Johns
St. Anthony 2-0 St.Charles Lwanga
Kamusinga (3) 1-1(0) Meru
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