Butere, Musingu, Kamusinga retain titles as Butula, Nyamira and Hospital Hill flop at KSSSA

All Saints Embu broke the norm by beating champions Butula to win the 15s title at the Kenya Secondary Schools Sports Association (KSSSA) championships that came to an end today in Machakos.

The Northern toppled the defending champions Butula Boys’ from Western’s Busia County 12-10 final clash in a revenge mission after Butula beat the Embu’s 38-0 victory in Eldoret.

The All Saints’ coach Benson Mwenda, revealed a strategic shift in their approach, declaring, “This year, we vowed to rewrite the script. The overwhelming support from our fervent fans fueled our drive.”

In boys’ basketball, Dr. Aggrey retained their 2022 title after beating Nyanza’s Agoro Sare 56-54 while girl’s champions Butere Girls retained thjeir title with a 49-43 victory over Buruburu.

Butere girls head coach Chris Odeke acknowledged the tough competition from Buruburu but stated that his team was up to the task.

Musingu Boys’ defended their hockey title with a 3-1 win over former and 7 time champions St. Anthony’s Kitale as Tigoi girls reclaimed their hockey title after beating defending champions Nyamira.

Moi Girls’ Kamusinga retained their girls’ handball title with a 24-15 triumph against Kwanthanze as Kamilili beat champions Hospitall Hill 20-15 in the boys’.

Selected results


All Saints Embu 12-10 Butula


Boys: Dr. Aggrey 56-54  Agoro Sare

Girls: Butere Girls 49-43 Buruburu


Boys: Musingu 3-1 St. Anthony’s Kitale

Girls: Tigoi Nyamira.


Girls: Moi Girls’ Kamusinga 24-15 Kwanthanze

Boys: Kamilili 20-15 Hospitall Hill

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