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Home teams falter in E. African games

By Vision Reporter

Added 17th September 2003 03:00 AM

DAY three of the East Africa Schools championship saw home teams falter as they struggled to advance to the last eight.

DAY three of the East Africa Schools championship saw home teams falter as they struggled to advance to the last eight.

By Gloria Kyomugisha

Soccer
Bweranyangi 0 B’p Njenga 8
Mombasa 0 Kibuli 0
Thurgem 3 Mombasa 3

Basketball
Kamukunji 71 Kitante 53
Tigoi 67 Nabumali 54
Mombasa 50 Kitende 47
Maseno 71 Manjasi 51

Netball
Kitende 61 Kamukunji 24
Gombe 43 Ndivisi 30
Bishop Njenga 43 Berkeley 40

Volleyball
Paul Boit 3 St. Lawrence0
Shimba 3 Layibi 1
Lugulu 3 Mukumu 0

DAY three of the East Africa Schools championship saw home teams falter as they struggled to advance to the last eight.

Bweranyangi girls were humiliated 8-0 by Bishop Njenga of Kenya in soccer as Kibuli SS managed a goalless draw against Mombasa at Nakivubo.

In volleyball, Shimba Hills of Kenya beat Layibi College 3-1 and St. Lawrence were crashed 3-0 by Paul Boit SS.

Basketball was not any different in Kabojja. Manjasi HS succumbed to a 71-51 beating from defending champions Maseno (Kenya).

Nabumali followed suit in the girls category falling 67-54 to Tigoi girls.

Kitante girls were also defeated 71-53 by title holders Kamukunji.

Unlike the other disciplines, netball was positive with Gombe continuing the title defense with a 43-30 victory over Ndivisi.

Kitende girls provided backup with a win over Kenya’s Kamukunji as Bishop Njenga defeated Berkeley in an all Kenya schools affair.

Action continues today.

Home teams falter in E. African games

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