By Oscar Pilipili
Neema Kariuki of Makini School managed 13 points to finish second followed by teammate Turi Wawira, who accumulated 11 points.
The Championships which was the last in the calendar of events organised by Nasa saw Manuel Karanja of Makini School claim boys’ category on 28 points followed by Jay Jasani of Braeburn (14) and Kyle Aludo of Strathmore who collected 11 points.
Girls’ 8-9 years honours went to Ramona Murugu of Aqua who scooped 25.50 points followed by Lucia Ruchti of German School on 23.50 and Banda School’s Ella Cottar with 17 points to her name.
Edward Roest of Kenton College starred in boys’ 8-9 category, which he won on impressive 38 points to relegate Strathmore’s Bryan Karanja (13 points) and Gai Ogasawara of International School of Kenya (10) to second and third positions.
Girls’ 10-11 category was closely contested with Bella Imara Thorpe beating Hadassa Gichovi of Loreto Convent Valley Road with a half a point to finish top.
Thorpe managed 46 points while Gichovi collected 45.50 in the category where Virginia Okumu of Braeside came third on 36 points.
Francis Ogola of Makini dominated boys’ 10-11 show where he topped with impressive 61 points. Strathmore’s Atuhaire Ambala occupied the second position on 38 points and Kabir Bedi of Aqua settled for third with 36 points.
Khatundi Nasimiyu of Aqua dominated girls’ 12-13 category bagging 47 points to run away with the individual winner’s trophy. Tamara Mukulu of Nairobi Academy was contented with runner-up honours after she managed 32 points while Coral Hays of Banda was third with 31 points.
South Africa based Roy Kiruri won the boys’ 12-13 category where he recorded a massive 74 points.
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