Wiyeta from Rift Valley, Kwanthanze (Eastern), Koyonzo (Western), and Kayatiwi (Coast) are set to defend their Kenya secondary Schools Sports Association that kicks off tomorrow in Kakamega County.
Wiyeta Girlswill headline Pool ‘B’ alongside Mbitini from the Eastern, Lwak and Madira from Nyanza and Western regions.
Pool ‘B’ has western champions Butere, Central’s Njambini, Nairobi’s Dagoretti and Kombani from the Coast region.
KSSSA chairman Kipchumba Maiyo confirmed that all schools have arrived in Kakamega in readiness for the championships and he expects a fierce battle among them.
“We want to have a very successful championship here. I hope all teams have been preparing well for the tough encounter since they will not just be seeking the national title but a ticket for the East Africa regional games later in the month,” said Maiyo who is the Kapsabet Boys High School principal.