Hosts Egerton University popularly referred as Wasps won their opening two matches in the penultimate series of Kenya University Sports Association (KUSA) Rugby Sevens Series played at the university grounds today.
Success of an institution depends highly on the management. And that is what St. Anthony’s High school; Kitale has done to ensure success in its football, becoming the giants in both soccer under and under 16.
Former champions Arch Bishop Njenga girls returns to the Kenya national Secondary Schools Sports Association (KSSSA) finals this year after three years of cold.
Moi Girls Nangili will be making their debut at this year’s Kenya Secondary Schools Sports Association (KSSSA) to be staged in Eldoret’s Hill School starting from July 20th.
New talents emerged at this year’s Coast Region Secondary School Sports Association (CSSSA) that came to a close on Monday evening at Matuga and Kwale High school.
Western Region giants Kakamega high school will open the 2018 Kenya Secondary Schools Sports Association (KSSSA) against Rift Valley champions St. Anthony, Kitale.
East Africa secondary School soccer champions Wiyeta girls and St. Anthony Boys Kitale were crowned the champions of under 19 soccer in the concluded Rift Valley Region Secondary School Sports Association (RVSSSA) that ended today at Hill School, Eldoret.
Agnes Jebet and Gideon Rono were the winners of cross country races in the penultimate stage of Rift Valley Secondary Schools Sports Association (RVSSSA) held today at The University Of Eldoret ground.
Free scoring St. Anthony’s Boys Kitale and Wiyeta Girls have one hurdle to defend their soccer titles in both under 19 and under 16 at the finals of Rift Valley Region Secondary Schools Sports Association (RVSSSA) at Hill School, Eldoret.
Laiser Hill became the first school to win a title after winning Rugby-seven-a-side at Rift Valley Secondary School Sports Association played at the Eldoret Polytechnic grounds today.