St. Anthony’ High School Kitale is hatching a plot on how to revenge against Olbolsat at the 2019 Kenya Secondary Schools Sports Association (KSSSA) set for next week in Kisumu.
The Solidarity Boys as they call themselves will be seeking revenge against Olbolsat who defeated them during the national championships held in Eldoret last year at the semi-finals.
Representing Rift Valley region, the Trans Nzoia County team lost 2-0 are in pool A with Shimba Hills and Garissa High school.
Team manager Daniel Oronje says “It was just but a bad day in office as the best team lost.’
“This time, we are well prepared for the championships and our target is to lift the national title. We missed last year’s final by a fluke but this time, we will show the nation what we can do,” said Oronje.
Two weeks ago, Kitale won the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Trans Nzoia West League unbeaten as they seek to play top leagues in the country.
“We won easily and that showed that we are able to play good football in the country. We want to play at the topmost leagues and that will depend on the school management,” added Oronje.
At the school championships, Oronje was optimistic of earning good results because they will be taking each game with a lot of energy and play to the topmost matches.
“Any opponent who will face us, they have to be ready because we are ready enough for the challenge,” added Oronje whose team won the national ticket after edging out Elgeyo Marakwet’s Chesewew at the Rift Valley championships as Baringo Boys.
Kisumu football pooling
Pool A: Shimba Hills, Garisa, St Anthony boys and Olobosalt
Pool B: Kisumu day, Mbooni, Ebwali and Dagoreti.
Boys soccer U16
Pool A: Goseta, Koyonzo, Serani and Gatamahiu
Pool B: North Eastern, Dagorreti high, Aggoro Sare and Machakos boys
Girls U16 Pool A: Ugari, Wiyeta, Central, Dagorretti mixed
Pool B: Kobala, Maeni, Itaara girls, Waa girls
Pool A: Nyakach, Dagorretti mixed, Karugwa girls, Itigo
Pool B: Gesero, Arch Bishop Njenga, St Johns Kaloleni and Njambai