Day 2 action got hotter as the giants stamped their authority, while some underdogs showed that they are no push overs. There was action in BBall, Rudge, Hockey and Swimming. The Insyder Sports Team was there to bring you all the action…
Maseno vs Bush 2

The Pool of Death came alive today with Maseno taking on Aberdare Division champs, Bush in a do-or-die match up. Maseno had yesterday gone down to national champs Uppah 41 – 33. Bush on the other hand had started on a high note, demolishing Wajir 87 – 19.

So it was no surprise that the Bush vs Maseno clash was the most anticipated match up on today’s calendar. In fact, all other action literally stopped when this match was going on. Soon after tip off, Bush quickly took control of the match, and were ahead 12 – 9 by the end of the first quarter. Otula’s charges came out of the Q1 break as completely different players and they quickly overturned the tables to lead 26 – 23 at half time. Maseno didn’t look back after that, winning the match by a convincing 10 baskets: 52 – 32

Bush vs Maseno 3Uppah made quick work of Pool B whipping boys Wajir, by thrashing them 89 – 16. Tomorrow Uppah take on Bush, while Maseno settle scores with Wajir Boys.

In Pool A, home boys Menangai whipped Kathungi 64 – 41, while Kapee continued with their winning streak by defeating St. George’s 54 – 45

Wajir vs Uppah

BBall Boys Day 2In girls’ action, Kottet kept their hopes of making it to the semis by thrashing Kirigara 43 -34. Home support could not buoy Bahati to victory today, as they crushed 20 – 44 to St. Brigid’s. Mabera School on their part walloped Wajir Girls 125 – 3


Former national champions and current Aberdare Division’s queens Kerugoya upset Mau Division champs 2 – 0. Other hockey scores were:

Sinyolo 2 – Gategi 0

Quabbz 0 – St. John’s 0

Kapkolel 1 – Trans Nzoia 1

Hockey ActionIn boys’ action, Changez went down 0 – 1 to Narok, and badly need to win their game against Kangaru, especially after drawing 1-1 with St. Anthony’s yesterday. Other results were:

Ndururumo 1 – Kisumu 2

St. Anthony 3 – Kituro 2


Laiser Hill made a statement today by completely destroying Bush 54 – 0! Tournament favourites Kach, on their part kept on with their winning ways dispatching bitter rivals Kangaru 13  – 7. Other scores were:

Kach RugbyMaseno 30 – Simotwo 8

Menangai 27 – St. George’s 5

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