Ngugi upbeat Kenya will rule EA Secondary School games
Ahead of Saturday’s Federation of East Africa Secondary School Sports Association games in Gulu, Uganda, KSSSA Secretary General David Ngugi is confident Kenya will defend the overall title won in Eldoret, 2016.
Having clinched all titles apart from girls’ football in the last year’s edition, Kenya will send a total of 703 students in her bid to defend the regional glory.
Speaking to Citizen Digital on Monday evening, Ngugi confirmed some teams are already on their way to Uganda.
“Coast Region teams left earlier today for Busia, where the rest will report tomorrow for one day training before leaving for Gulu on Thursday morning. Friday will be a rest day and games begin on Saturday
“We are assembling in Busia to ensure all teams depart together. We are confident the teams are ready, with good preparation and the quality we saw during the nationals,” told Ngugi.
Friday will be resting day upon arrival in the Nothern Uganda town, before the championship kick-off a day later.
Teams to represent Kenya in the 2017 FEASSSA games in Gulu-Uganda
i) St Anthony Boys i) St Cecilia Misikhu
ii) Upper Hill School ii) St Joseph Kitale
iii) Kisumu Day Sec. iii) Sinyolo
- BASKET BALL
i) Laiser Hill i) Kaya Tiwi
ii) Upper Hill ii) St Brigid Girls iii)Tigoi girls
- RUGBY 15s
i) Kakamega High School
ii) St Marys Yala
iii) Upper Hill School
- RUGBY 7s
i) Menengai High School
ii) Chavakali Boys High School.
iii) Muhuri Muchiri Boys High School
i) Mukumu Boys i) Sega Girls
ii) Dr Ribiero Parklands ii) Moi Girls Kamusinga
iii) Kanyawanga Boys iii) Cheptarit Girls
i) Obambo Sec. School
ii) Kaya Tiwi Sec. School
i) Malava Boys i) Kwanthanze
ii) Sengera l ii) Soweteo Nbi
iii) Cheptil iii) Cheptil sec. school
i) Upper Hill i) Wiyeta Girls
ii) St Anthony Boys ii) Ibinzo Sec. School
iii) Kakamega High
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