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Aga Khan Upset St George, Laiser Hammer Muvuti in Nairobi - Mar 25, 2016


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Schools on Thursday continued to battle for honours in the Regional Secondary Schools Term One Games. In Coast Region, Aga Khan Academy upset boys' basketball champions St George's 39-33 at Kenyatta High. Aga Khan recovered from 23-20 at halftime outscore their opponents in the last two quarters 7-6 and 12-4 respectively. Aga Khan coach Jimnah Kimani attributed his team's win to hard work and a change in tactics at halftime. "Our opponents are very tall and we had to change tactics," he said. Kwale County champions Mazeras High beat hosts Kenyatta High 57-42 in another match.
Newton Juma and Okwak Kedias scored for the St Anthony's. In boys' basketball, Kapenguria High silenced St. Joseph's 43-22, Friends School Kamusinga beat Chavakali 45-15, and Kimilili hammered Lodwar 50-13.
Courtesy of: nation.co.ke  




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