Penalised. St Georges disqualified from national games
A disciplinary jury voted overwhelmingly to disqualify newly crowned Coast secondary schools boys’ basketball champions St Georges from participating in the national games. T
hey were found guilty of fielding 11 ineligible players during the Coast schools' Term One games held last week in Mazeras School in Kwale County.
As a result, the jury has voted in favour of losing finalist and immediate former champions Aga Khan Academy, Mombasa. They will be crowned Coast champions and will represent the region in the national games. Aga Khan Academy’s coach Jimnah Kimani said "this war on cheating must be won. We want students to play among themselves and not mercenaries.” [Ernest Ndunda]
Menezes takes over at Nyanza Club
There is a set of new officials at the Nyanza Club after Mitchell Menezes, an advocate of the High Court of Kenya took over as New Nyanza Club leader after the group allied to Tobias See stepped down. Geoffrey Obuon took over as the vice chair person, Navin Shah (treasurer) and Albert Ojonyo (Secretary.) Niyam Shah, Sunday Patel, George O. Onyango, Jerenews Oduor and Amelia Atieno Otono are the new committee members. The new group took over from the See-led team of Pals Wagenaar (Vice Chairman), Bob Madanji (Hon Secretary) and Sam Mbori (Treasurer). [Phillip Orwa]