Green Commandos plan to reclaim lost glory in Kakamega county finals

Former Captain Green Commandos Fredrick Alusiola of Kakamega High School train during Kenya Secondary Schools Sports games at Hill School, Eldoret on Monday July 23, 2018. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

Former national football champions Kakamega High School, also known as Green Commandos, will be seeking to redeem themselves when they host the 2023 Kakamega County Secondary School games that kick off on Thursday.

Kakamega lost 2-1 to defending champions Mwitoti last year and head coach Felix Lihanda is planning for a revenge as they seek to reclaim their title.

"It was sad last year. How we lost and missed the nationals could not be explained because we were the better team but luck was not on our side," said the coach.

"We have recollected ourselves again and now we dare anyone. The team has the experience and depth needed and I believe if we play our cards right, we will be at the regionals," said Lihanda.

Kakamega High will tackle Shanderema, Marukusi and Munyuki in Group A.

Kakamega County Secondary School Secretary Mathews Murunga said they are ready for action despite financial difficulties.

"Generally, we have everything in place. Just some financial challenges we are encountering but we are ready to host a very intense finals in rugby and football," said Murunga.

Football pools


Group A-Kakamega High, Shanderema, Marukusi, Munyuki

Group B-Emanani, St Peters Mumias, Matunda SA

Group C-Butere, Sivilie, Mwhihila, Mwitoti

Group D-Matoli, Musingu, Lugusi


Group A-St Jospeh Mumias, Mwira, Ekatsombero, Kimangeti

Group B-Sivite, Bishop Sulumenti, ABN

Group C-Kilima, Musali, Marukusi, Shibuye

Group D-Butere, Nangili, Mwitoti

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