• Cardinal Otunga and Kisii School will stage Term Two games from August 9 to 13.
• Multiple Kisii County basketball boys’ basketball champions Nyanchwa Boys beat hosts Cardinal Otunga 76-62 in a tough final.
Cardinal Otunga High School, Mosocho, are targeting this year’s Kisii County Secondary Schools boys’ football title.
On Monday, coach Bukkie Onduso said: “We aim to represent Kisii County at the regionals for the first time in a long time.”
Onduso spoke after his team edged Nyanchwa Boys 5-4 on post-match penalties to lift the annual Cardinal Otunga High School, Mosocho, Giants Open tournament at the institution on Sunday.
“We have a young team and I am confident they will replicate the previous performances by the hockey, rugby and basketball teams and qualify for the regionals,” he said.
Cardinal Otunga and Kisii School will stage Term Two games from August 9 to 13.
In the semis, Cardinal Otunga beat St Paul’s Gekano 4-3 on penalties after the teams drew 1-1 during regulation time. In the other semifinal, Nyanchwa Boys saw off God Marera 2-1.
In handball, Masosa Secondary, coached by Bob Mosaisi narrowly saw off St Paul’s Gekano 17-16 to lift the handball title. In the semis, St Paul’s Gekano beat Nyanchwa 16-14 as Masosa overcame Cardinal Otunga 10-9.
Multiple Kisii County basketball boys’ basketball champions Nyanchwa Boys beat hosts Cardinal Otunga 76-62 in a tough final.
St Paul’s Gekano lifted the rugby 15s title after victories over hosts Cardinal Otunga and Nyanchwa Boys. In the opening match, Gekano, the Nyamira County 15’s champions, beat hosts Cardinal Otunga 25-19 in a tension-packed match before seeing off Nyanchwa 12-3.
Cardinal Otunga settled for second after thumping Nyanchwa Boys 42-0.
God Marera lifted the volleyball title after beating St Paul’s Gekano by straight sets of 25-20, 25-23, 25-22. En route to the finals, Gekano beat Cardinal Otunga 3-2 while God Marera defeated Kisii School by straight sets.