Oruba Mixed Secondary school won Migori Open Tournament football cup by beating Lwanda Magwar 2-0.
Abu Ibrahim scored both goals with the first being a screamer while converting Charles Otayo’s cross to slot in the second that sent the home crowd screaming at Migori Primary School grounds on Saturday.
Earlier Oruba Mixed beat Migori Boys Secondary1-0 while Lwanda Magwar floored Bondo Kosiemo 6-5 in penalty shootout to end up in finals.
Bishop Okinda Mixed won the girls volley category by flooring Kadika Girls three sets to nil.
In volley ball league match Mavoko won all their games to get 12 points in boys’ category with Pe-Hill Secondary and Oruba Mixed coming second and third respectively with six points each with Pe Hill coming top with superiors 2 points.
In the basketball girls’ category Nyabisawa Girls won 22-21 against Migori TTC while Tarang’anya Boys Secondary ran away with the boys’ category in league fixtures after winning all their matches against Manyatta, Migori Boys and Kokuro to emerge top.
Sagegi Mixed won the girls’ football category with seven points in a tournament fixture against six teams with
Kadika Girls coming second with 4 points the same with Mabera Girls but with a superior solitary goal.
Kanyawanga Secondary won the boys handball category by winning 17-5 against Lwanda Magwar while Migori Netball team won the netball trophy when they floored Migori county 41-37.
Sony RFC had 152 points to get nine points in boys’ rugby tournament with Tarang’anya Boys coming second with four points the same with Oruba Mixed Secondary school but having a superior try of 15, three points more.
Elly Okwany, the Migori Secondary School games master said the games brought schools and teams across Migori county and was sponsored by the school’s principal Evans Baraza.
“We had close to 56 teams across several disciplines in a tournament which sought o nature talents of youths ahead of sports games later in the term,” Okwany said.