KSSSA Games 2019
KSSSA Games

The Kenya Secondary Schools Sports Association, KSSSA, has released the pooling for the 2019 term one national games. National Term one games will be held at Shimo La Tewa and Shanzu TTC, in Mombasa County of the Coast Region between 5th and 14th April, 2019. A total of about 1,912 participants will be competing in Basketball, Hockey, Rugby 15’s, Rugby 7’s, Swimming, Handball, Cross Country and Athletics.

According to the Calendar released by the Ministry of Education, Term two Games (Featuring: Netball, Football U16 & U19, Volleyball and Racquet games) will be held at the lake side city of Kisumu (Nyanza Region) between 26th July to 4th August, 2019. 

KSSSA NATIONAL TERM ONE POOLING- 2019

RUGBY 15’s

The host region, Coast, will be presenting two teams since North Eastern Region does not present a team in Rugby.

POOL A

  1. Coast Region Team 1
  2. Central
  3. Nyanza
  4. Nairobi

POOL B

  1. Coast Region Team 2
  2. Western
  3. Eastern
  4. Rift Valley

HAND BALL- GIRLS

POOL A

  1. Nyanza
  2. North Eastern
  3. Central
  4. Rift Valley

POOL B

  1. Coast
  2. Nairobi
  3. Western
  4. Eastern

HANDBALL- BOYS

POOL A

  1. Nairobi
  2. Rift Valley
  3. Coast
  4. Central

POOL B

  1. Eastern
  2. Nyanza
  3. Western
  4. North Eastern

HOCKEY- GIRLS

The host region, Coast, will still present two teams in both hockey boys and girls as North Eastern does not present hockey teams.

POOL A

  1. Coast 1
  2. Eastern
  3. Nyanza
  4. Rift Valley

POOL B

  1. Coast 2
  2. Western
  3. Central
  4. Nairobi

HOCKEY- BOYS

POOL A

  1. Coast 1
  2. Nyanza
  3. Western
  4. Nairobi

POOL B

  1. Coast 2
  2. Eastern
  3. Rift Valley
  4. Central

BASKETBALL- GIRLS

POOL A

  1. Rift Valley
  2. Western
  3. North Eastern
  4. Nyanza

POOL B

  1. Eastern
  2. Nairobi
  3. Coast
  4. Central

BASKETBALL- BOYS

POOL A

  1. Central
  2. Coast
  3. North Eastern
  4. Rift Valley

POOL B

  1. Nairobi
  2. Nyanza
  3. Eastern
  4. Western

Teams that won the 2018, National term one games will have to work through the qualification stages at lower levels if they have intentions of defending their national titles. This is due to the fact that KSSSA rules do not give tickets to defending champions to grace the national games directly. Last year’s games were staged at Kangaru school, Embu county- Eastern Region.

KSSSA 2018 TERM ONE NATIONAL GAMES- FINAL RANKINGS

BASKETBAL
BOYS

  1. Laiser Hill
  2. Sigalame
  3. Ambira
  4. Meru School
  5. Alliance
  6. Agha Khan
  7. Dagoretti
  8. Wajir

 MVP: Malek Maliel- Laiser Hill

GIRLS

  1. Kaya Tiwi
  2. Butere
  3. Buru Buru
  4. Loreto
  5. Barchando
  6. Kirigara
  7. Moi Eldoret
  8. Moi Mandera

MVP: Triza Othuoni – Kaya Tiwi

HANDBALL

GIRLS

  1. Moi Kamusinga
  2. Sega
  3. Kirandich
  4. Kwanthanze
  5. New Jogoo
  6. New White House
  7. Kahuho
  8. North Estern

MVP: Cynthia Akinyi- Sega

BOYS

  1. Kimilili
  2. Kanyawanga
  3. Nduluni
  4. Saniak
  5. Lenana
  6. Mangu
  7. New White House
  8. North Eastern

  MVP-Duncan Kimutai- Kimilili

HOCKEY

BOYS

  1. ST ANTHONY
  2. Upper Hill
  3. Musingu
  4. Kisumu Day

 MVP- Ian Oyando- Musingu

GIRLS

  1. TRAN Nzoia MIXED
  2. Tigoi
  3. Kerugoya
  4. Nyamira Girls

 MVP: Joan Angellah- Tigoi

 RUGBY 15s

  1. UPPER HILL
  2. Menengai
  3. Kakamega
  4. St. Marys Yala
  5. Kangaru
  6. Alliance
  7. Miathene
  8. Galana

 MVP:Davis Nyaundo- Menengai

SWIMMING – GIRLS

 RASHID Rukia- NRB

 Mumbi- NRB

Boys

Okal Joseph Nyanza

ATHLETICS

GIRLS

Gloria Mulei- Eastern

BOYS

Babu Meshack- RV

 2018 TERM ONE- OVERALL REGIONAL RANKING

  1. Rift Valley
  2. Western
  3. Nyanza
  4. Nairobi and Coast
  5. Eastern
  6. Central
  7. North Eastern

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