School games: Lake Kenyatta and Kaya Tiwi bag titles

coast regional secondary schools term two A games Elsa Anyango (GA, right) of Kaya Tiwi battles for an aerial ball against Vivian Kobwe (centre) and Josephine Adhiambo (GD) of Mwakitawa Girls in the girls netball finals during the Coast Regional Secondary Schools Term Two A games at Malindi High School, May 20, 2016. Kaya Tiwi won the match 45-11. [PHOTO BY GIDEON MAUNDU/STANDARD].

Lake Kenyatta School won four trophies while national girls netball queens Kaya Tiwi School retained their title as Lamu and Kwale County secondary schools term two ‘A’ games ended yesterday.

In Lamu County games at Witu secondary school, Lake Kenyatta won the overall athletics title, boys’ athletics trophy, netball and rugby 15s.

In netball, Lake Kenyatta defeated Hongwe 30-15 in the final.

In the semi-finals, the champions hit Bakanja 47-8 while Hongwe beat Hindi 24-11.

In 15s rugby, Lake Kenyatta won all their matches to be crowned overall champions with Witu Secondary second. Mpeketoni, Hongwe and Lamu Boys High School followed in that order.

Lake Kenyatta emerged overall champions with 146 points in athletics with Hindi and Witu Mjini amassing 127 and 100 points.

The fourth trophy was in boys athletics where the school had 85 points. Hindi and Lamu Boys garnered 67 and 64 points.

Mpeketoni emerged champions in boys handball after beating Lamu Boys 17-9 in the final. On their way to the final, Lamu Boys beat Witu secondary 20-12 while Mpeketoni stopped Hindi 17-11.

In Kwale County games, Kaya Tiwi proved they are set to recapture their national title for the second year running after they kept their unbeaten record intact.

Coached by veteran Philip Onyango, the champions humiliated Franz Joseph Mamba 117-1 in the final to remain unbeaten from sub-county to the county level. [Ernest Ndunda]

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