Principals in Kisii asked to prepare schools well for term two ball games championships

Kisii County Director of Education Philip Chirchir congratulating Kisii School rugby team after winning a past encounter.

Kisii County Director of Education Philip Chirchir has told Principals to assist their head of sports in respective schools to refine their teams as they anticipate hosting both Kenya Secondary School Sports Association (KSSSA) Term Two Games for Nyanza region and Nationals.

“I have communicated to your Principals to ensure that you do not lack anything in the facilitation of your teams,” he said.

The director was speaking to Primary and Junior Secondary School teachers in charge of sports during a workshop at Tendere Secondary School in Gucha Sub-county.

The teachers who included referees, match, team captains and linesmen were taught on patience and first aid to players.

Anti-Doping officials from national level updated the teachers on the ways of identifying suspects and producing authentic players.


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Kenya Primary Schools Heads Association (KEPSHA) Kisii Branch Hezron Onsoti lauded the National Anti-Doping Association for providing their members to facilitate the workshop.

“This training was of its own kind and if you continue this way I believe our sports will improve,” he said.

Meanwhile, Kisii County Director of Education Philip Chirchir had directed all Sub County sports secretaries to submit their teams’ document to his office for perusal by Sunday, June 16.

In a letter seen by Education News, the secretaries are required to take the documents to Kisii School by Sunday at 2pm.

“As part of preparations and ensuring integrity of our teams is concern, all sub county secretaries have to submit the documents to the County Sports Secretary,” reads part of the letter.

Kisii KSSSA Secretary Geoffrey Nyantika asked all participating teams to ensure that their member observe discipline at all levels during and after the second term sports session.

By Enock Okong’o.

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