Celebrations as Ololulung’a Boys in Narok sail to Rift Valley Regional School Games

Ololulung'a Boys Secondary School celebrate the victory. Photos by Nancy Masit

Ololulunga Boys Secondary School from Narok South Sub-county qualified for the Rift Valley Regional games of Kenya Secondary School Sports Association (KSSSA) after tough football match with Oldonyorok Secondary from Transmara West in the final at the county games held over the weekend at Narok Boys grounds.

The county games were hosted by Narok Boys and Masai Girls.

In girls’ category, Olmelil Secondary from Transmara West emerged the giants after beating Rongena Secondary 4-1 in the penalty shootout after they settled for a barren draw in the normal time.


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The referees and coaches did their job well and made sure that there were no malpractices during the games.

County KSSSA Chairman Kipkemoi Maritim said that all the players were given equal chance to compete fully and thanked all sponsors for making the event successfully.

Tough battle pitting Ololulung’a Vs Oldonyorok.

He added that the students will strive hard as they nurture their talents to ensure they represent the region at the national level.

KSSSA County Secretary Jacob Baruse said that the winning teams who will proceed to the regionals should undergo rigorous training and requested the Ministry of Education to introduce Netball for boys.

By Nancy Masit

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