David Wakhu continued with his superlative performance to enjoy the lead in the second day of the third leg of “Road To Karen” event on par 71 Muthaiga Golf club today in the professional golfers category.
Zoo Kericho and babndari registered respective wins in the mind week Kenya Premier League (KPL) matches played in various fields.
Shujaa Head Coach Innocent Simiyu is satisfied with the team’s showing at the final two rounds of the 2017/18 HSBC Sevens World Series in London and Paris.
World under 18 3,000m silver medalist Edward Zakayo and world under 18 400m silver medalist Mary Moraa booked the ticket for the 2018 World Under-20 championships to be staged in Tampere, Finland.
Defending champions St. Anthony’s Kitale and Wiyeta Girls made their presence known by winning their opening matches in the Rift Valley Secondary School Sports Association played at Hill School grounds.
Reigning Africa cross country junior champion Rhonex Kipruto was in a class of his own, winning 10,000m during the National trials ahead of World Under 20 championships to be staged in Finland’s Tampere.
Harambee Starlets, the National football team coach David has hailed his team for playing better football and losing the Africa Women Cup of Nations (AWCN) qualifier on the last hurdle.
Nandi Bears golfer Sylvester Luhombo is expected to give a healthy competition at the 3rd leg of Pro-Am 2018 “KCB Road to Karen Masters” series that tees off on Saturday on par 71 Eldoret golf course.
Ferguson Rotich was the only Kenyan who won in any race at the 6th leg of IAAF Diamond League in Stockholm, Sweden, running his personal best in 1000m.
Shujaa, the national sevens aside completed the 2017/2018 World Rugby Sevens series in position eight after collecting 104 points, the highest ever that the team has collected in history.