The winner of each category will represent Coast Region in the national Secondary Sports Association (KSSSA) finals that will be hosted in Kisumu starting 1st-6th August.
After a long fight from Manchester to Mombasa (through Istanbul) the first thing I noticed on our drive from the airport was lots of poor people, small broken cars and dusty open shops.
Then it was TV time, we all watch Sofia the first and the girls were playing with my hair, I think because it is very straight. After TV time Derek got a football out so dad, Cillian and I all played- it was really hot but lots of fun. Mama Jane, Precious, Chabetty, Rachel and Saidi all live there. The girls were studying hard for their exams in the morning.
They even asked Mama Jane to wake them up at 4am to get even more revision done.
Football boys defending champions Waa Secondary from Kwale will launch their title hunt with a duel against Tononoka of Mombasa after they drawn together in Pool B alongside Gede (Kilifi) and Taita-Taveta’s Sagalla International Talent Academy.
We had chicken in sauce and Pilau rice with real home made chapatti’s, Cillian liked the chapatti’s so much he wanted to take them home. Dad did the washing us and Mama Jane and the other staff thought it was funny that a boy did the cleaning up.
The songs were about their mamas being good to them and looking after them.
One special class graduated, there were in gowns and had flags- each child received a certificate and they were all smiling and laughing.
Mingle2 is full of hot Kisauni girls waiting to hear from you.
Sudi Shafi of Tononoka Secondary (left) fights for the ball with Sacre D Heart’s Eric Okumu during boys’ football final at last year’s Mombasa region secondary schools Term Two ‘B’ games at Malindi High School. Mombasa, KENYA: The 2016 Coast Regional Secondary Schools Term 2B Games kick off Thursday morning at Shimo la Tewa High School and Shanzu Teachers Training College with participants eyeing National slot.