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Laiser Hill Academy Sends Olkejuado High Packing In Kimana Games

Olkejuado High School players pose for a group photo before playing on saturday. Laiser Academy won this year's second term football games.

Laiser Hill Academy was crowned victors of Kajiado County 2019 football at the end this year’s term two games at Loitokitok Boys on Saturday.

The usual domineering coach Anthony Kirimi’s side outclassed Olkejuado High School by beating them 3-0 to book the place in the much-awaited regional showpiece which will be staged later at Eldama Ravine, Baringo County.

An opener goal from Timothy Ouma on the 40th minute of the first half raised the hope of Laiser Hill, who narrowly escaped the semifinals after the controversial walk over they were awarded following the protest from Kimana’s Christ The King High School who never showed up in a supposed repeat much after the tribunal ruling.

The match ended with one goal in the first half but the more energetic Laiser Hill came back to destroy the hapless Olkejuado in second half through Chris Owino’s 46th minute’s goal and Michael Muthama’s goal who sealed the win at 52nd minute giving them an easy 3-0 victory against Kajiado town based Olkejuado High who booked the finals places after beating Najile Boys 6-5 in penalties shoot-out after their semifinals ended in 2-2 draw in the normal time.

The match which was played away from Kimana Catholic grounds to avoid the agitated Kimana’s Christ the King High fans were forced to be aborted prematurely after Olkejuado dealt a blow when their several plays suffered Injuries prompting the school to ask for the game to end at 65 minutes.

Laiser Hill coach Kirimi hailed his boys for the great achievement.

“We are happy our boys have done us proud again we enjoyed the game despite the few hiccups. We call upon the managers to teach the fans and other teams on how to adhere to the football rules so that we give room to our young boys to show their talents,” said Kirimi.

On other matches the under 16 Entarara Boys secured the regional place after beating Nakel Boys High school 2-1, and in girls category the under 19 Chief Riser Girls will represent Kajiado County in regionals after beating Moi Girls Isinya 2-0 in many thrilling finals played at Kimana Primary, in the same venue Natembea secondary school were crowned under 16 champions after the 3-1 win over Baraka Secondary School.

And in volleyball games Entarara Boys made it to regional after they thrashed Olooseos 3-1 on the match played at Kimana Catholic grounds, they will be accompanied by Christ the king high school after they beat Baraka Secondary 3-0 in girls category on the match played at Kimana Primary school.




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