Former champions Arch Bishop Njenga girls returns to the Kenya national Secondary Schools Sports Association (KSSSA) finals this year after three years of cold.
The three time champions will present the under 19 girls football teams, that will be battling out to regain their lost glory in the finals that will be hosted at Hill School, Eldoret from July 20th.
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Bishop Njenga, will be representing Western region at the nationals after ousting last year national finalists Ibinzo girls.
Popularly called BN, the school head coach Fredrick Serenge is optimistic that the school will return to its former glory at the championships in soccer under 19 category.
BN defeated Ibinzo girls 2-1 during Western region championships played at Mumias Complex stadium to get a national slot.
“We are preparing well in anticipation for national championships because it will not be a walk in the park. We are returning with a bang after missing out for two years. We have been at the national quite a number of times and we are coming back to claim our position,” said Serenge.
BN lifted 2007, 2008 and 2011 national titles and they are making a serious comeback according to Serenge since they will not be underrating any team since they also qualified in their various regions.
The Kakamega based school is in pool A alongside defending champion Wiyeta girls from Rift Valley, Kwale girls of Coast and Eastern school.