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By Vision Reporter

Added 4th September 2005 03:00 AM

ST. Mary’s Kitende the soccer defending champions in the Federation for East Africa Secondary School Sports Association, (FEASSSA), lost the trophy to Makongo SS from Tanzania going down 4-2 in a post match penalty shoot out at Kakyeka stadium in Mbarara on Saturday.

ST. Mary’s Kitende the soccer defending champions in the Federation for East Africa Secondary School Sports Association, (FEASSSA), lost the trophy to Makongo SS from Tanzania going down 4-2 in a post match penalty shoot out at Kakyeka stadium in Mbarara on Saturday.

By Kyomuhendo Muhanga and Makanaki Kaboggoza
In Mbarara


FINALS
Soccer
Boys
Kitende SS (U) 1 (2)
Makongo (T) 1 (4)
Girls
Wiyeta SS(K) 2
Nyabigena SS(K) 0


Handball
Girls
Kasawo SS (U) 17
Matuu Memorial (K) 11
Boys
Musingu (K) 18
Gombe SS(U) 20


Rugby
Nakuru (K) 10
St Mary’s School (K) 7


Netball
Kitende (U)44 Gombe (U)39
Basketball
Boys
Laiser Hill (K) Winner
Maseno Sch. (K) Runners-up
Girls
Mombasa High (K) Winner
Kamukunji SS(K) Runners-up


ST. Mary’s Kitende the soccer defending champions in the Federation for East Africa Secondary School Sports Association, (FEASSSA), lost the trophy to Makongo SS from Tanzania going down 4-2 in a post match penalty shoot out at Kakyeka stadium in Mbarara on Saturday.

The two teams had tied one-all after normal time. Exous Murisho gave the winners the lead in the 10th minute before Mark Mwambu equalised for Kitende 15 minutes into the second half.

The score remained intact even after the allotted extra time prompting match referee to call for the penalty shoot out.
In girls soccer, Wiyeta SS from Kenya beat compatriots Nyabigena 2-0 to take the title.

Handball defending champions Kasawo girls (U) trounced Matuu of Kenya while Gombe SS beat Musingu of Kenya to lift the boys’ title.

Kitende beat rivals Gombe to retain the netball title.

Tanzanians win EA games

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