In Summary
  • Kisii bask in glory after hosting ‘best organized Games’.
  • Uasin Gishu, top in track and field, finish in second place and hosts Kisii third.

Nairobi retained the overall winners title of this year’s Kenya Inter County Sports and Cultural Association (Kicosca) Games that came to an end Saturday in Kisii.

The richest county in the country collecting 32 points that ensured they keep the title they won last year in Machakos.

Nairobi topped in nine disciplines - chess, table tennis, ajua, cultural dance, darts, basketball, tug of war both men and women, badminton and netball.

Uasin Gishu finished second after bagging 13 points. They finished to in three disciplines - athletics and volleyball men and women.

Hosts Kisii finished third with 10 points. West Pokot, Kiambu, Nakuru Mombasa and Bungoma followed in that order.

The Kicosca secretary general Muraya Kabiri said Kisii hosted the most successful edition commending the county’s governor James Ongwae for the good preparations he had done for the games.

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