Nairobi School, Hill Crest triumph

Hosts Nairobi school put up a spirited fight against Nairobi region defending Champions Upper Hill to force the highly contested encounter into post-match penalties. Both sides displayed flashes of brilliance from the beginning of the match. Nairobi school looked the better of the two sides taking advantage of their home ground support to take charge of the match. Their efforts were however thwarted by the Upper Hill experienced backline. Upper Hill looked to have buried the match in stoppage time when their forward Timothy Simiyu deflected a red zone hard ball past the Nairobi School short stopper. The goal was however disallowed after umpire Prince Omollo adjudged foul play on a Nairobi school defender. Hill Crest to the Nationals after ten year absence Hill crest tactician Dorcila Agunda was elated as her

Upper Hill, Nairobi School through to the finals

2018 National finalists Upper Hill High School will, tomorrow, square it out with Nairobi school for a ticket to represent the Nairobi region in the national games slated for April in Mombasa. Upper Hill, beat hard fighting Hill Crest 3-2 on post-match penalties after a barren draw in regulation time. Hill crest coach Joseph Otieno praised his boys for putting in a spirited fight ‘’Of course when you are playing you expect to win. But that didn’t happen. But my boys went all the way to shoot outs. What we can do now is go back to the drawing board and look forward to playing next year’’ He said. Nairobi School were awarded a walk over to the finals after their opponent

St Anthony, Upper Hill Set up a Repeat of Last Year’s Final

St Anthony and Upper Hill meet in the finals of the national hockey school games for the second time in a row following victories in their respective semi-finals played on Friday April 13, 2018 at the Kangaru Girls High School. KD eliminate Musingu St Anthony will be seeking to reclaim the boys’ title they won last year, having reached the finals of the competition thanks to a hard-fought 1-0 win over Musingu in the semis. The match unequivocally turned out to be a cracker just as expected, with the two sides protecting territory with passion from the onset. The match was however decided in the 23rd minute when Nicholas Makhatsa found his way through three defenders and smashed the ball into the