KSSSA Rugby 7s: Who has qualified for National school games?

Western Region 7s Champions Koyonzo High School. Photo Courtesy/Koyonzo.
Western Region 7s Champions Koyonzo High School. Photo Courtesy/Koyonzo.

16 schools have booked a place in the Kenya Secondary Schools Sports Association, KSSSA Rugby 7s National competition set for Nakuru from 8-11 September 2022.

Six regions have produced two schools each with the host region set to have four teams in the competition which returns after a two-year hiatus.

Western Region 

Western Region will be represented by Koyonzo High School who made history on Friday by beating  Butula 26-5 to win the Western Region Title.

Koyonzo who are unbeaten in Western scored tries through Brian Kiptanui, Darrell Omondi, Victor Wawire and Jackson Siketa to become Western Region Champions. Siketa added three conversions in the win.

Butula who had one unconverted try in the match have also proceeded to the National. 

View Western Region results 

Butula High School/Photo Courtesy/Butula.

Butula High School/Photo Courtesy/Butula.

Nyanza Region

St Mary’s Yala became the Nyanza Region Schools Rugby 7s Champions on Friday after a 12-7 win over Nduru Boys High School in a final match played at Asumbi Teachers Training College.

Two tries with one being converted were enough for the Siaya-based side to edge out Kisii County-based-Nduru Boys who had just one converted try.

The two sides are set to represent Nyanza Region in the National School Games.

View Nyanza region results

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Rift Valley

Nanyuki Boys High School won the Rift Valley Region Schools Rugby 7s title after defeating Menengai High School 3-0 in post-match drop kicks in a pulsating final played at Nakuru High School on Saturday.

The match had to be decided by penalty drop kicks after a 7-7 draw in regular time and a stalemate in extra-time/sudden death. The sides could not score on their first attempts of the kicks during the shootouts. Nanyuki then scored one penalty kick in the sudden death of the kicking session to win the game.

It’s Nanyuki and  Menengai High School who head to the Nationals alongside Ngong Township and Kabianga who finished third and fourth respectively.

Central Region

Alliance and Magumu will represent the central region after finishing as winners and runners-up respectively.

Coast Region

Shimba Hills won the Coast Region title after defeating Mazeras in the final 36-0 in the final played on Saturday. Shimba and Mazeras proceed to the Nationals.

Coast Region Championship

Khamis 0-32 Mazeras
Mpeketoni 5-12 Tudor
Shimba 17-12 Garashi
Mwambiti 0-0 Mazeras
Malindi 15-5 Tudor
Mghalu 15-0 Garashi
Khamis 15-0 Mwambiti
Mpeketoni 0-42 Malindi
Shimba 31-0 Mghalu

Mazeras 1220 Garashi
Malindi 5-0 Mghalu
Shimba. 29-0Tudor
Mwambiti 10-5 Khami

Mazeras 5-0 Malindi
Shimba 29-0 Mwambiti

Mazeras 0-36  Shimba Hills

Eastern Region

In Eastern, All Saints Boys and Kang’aru took the top two slots in Eastern to book the ticket to the Nationals.

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