St. Anthony, Wiyeta book early ticket to East Africa school games 


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St. Anthony Boys High School and Wiyeta Girls High School, both from Trans Nzoia, Rift Valley Region, have secured a slot to represent Kenya in the Federation of East Africa Secondary School Sports Association (FESSSA) games in Rwanda.

St. Anthony trounced their Western Region Opponents Shanderema High School 1-0 as Wiyeta Girls thrashed Dagoretti Girls 4-1 on penalty shoot-outs after a draw of 2-2 during the 90 minutes and goalless extra time.

Agoro Sare drew 1-1 with Dagoreti during normal time, with Dagoreti pulling a 3-0 win on penalty shootouts.

St. Anthony will now play against Dagoretti High in the soccer boys’ finals as Agoro Sare from Nyanza tackles Shanderema High for their last opportunity to secure a slot in the FESSSA Games.

The winner of the preliminary matches will join St. Anthony High School and Dagoreti High School for FEASSSA games as the loser waits for next year’s games.

In the girl’s category, Wiyeta Girls will face Butere Girls in the finals as Dagoreti Girls battle for the third position with Madira Girls.

Butere Girls from Kakamega defeated Madira Girls from Vihiga County in the first semis 1-0 in the normal 90 minutes.

The Wiyeta Girls have stepped into the FEASSSA games over 10 times, according to coach Manyara, and lifted the region’s title five times.

Last year, the school also represented Kenya in the region, coming in second after losing 2-1 to Noa Girls of Uganda.

Kesogon Girls have proceeded to the finals and will play against Kwanthanze, who are six-time FEASSSA champions.

Kesogon girls’ Volleyball team trounced Soweto girls 3-0, with a series of wins of 25-14, 25-15, and 25-17.

On the other hand, Kwanthanze Girls defeated Mwitoti Girls on volleyball 3-0 with a 25-29 set, 25-20, and 25-17.

In Volleyball Boys, Ruthimitu will play against Andersen in tomorrow’s finals. Ruthimitu defeated Namwela during the semis on Friday, beating them 3-0 with sets of 25-23, 25-22, and 25-23.

Anderson Secondary School’s volleyball team trounced Tumaini High 3-1 during the semis.

By Our Reporter

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