Sports Round-Up

St. Andrew’s students are known not only for their academic talents but their sports as well. Students have participated in football, rounders, cross country and have come out victorious in one way or another.

On Saturday the 17th September the U15 boys football played against Rusinga. The boys sadly lost 4-3 with great passing and attacking. They were captained by Mike Ngabo and Benaya Kaisha. Although the boys were having a tough time they kept their heads up and kept going, never giving up. The boys have beaten Greensteads but unluckily lost to everyone else they’ve played but there is hope for the future.
The U19 boys played Strathmore and unfortunately lost. They also played RVA, Hillcrest and Premier Academy.

The U15 girls rounders team have been very successful this season. They have played 5 matches and have lost none! They are captained by Chiamaka Ene and are a strong unit. The girls hope to have the same amount of success through to the end of the season.
They have played:

  • Aga khan
  • Oshwal
  • premiere
  • Braeburn Garden Estate
  • Braeside

Cross Country
The cross country team have trained long and hard for the Inter-school cross country competition that was held here, at St. Andrew’s. Seven teams competed, including Hillcrest, Braeburn Gitanga Road, Peponi, Oshwal, Shah Academy, Braeside and of course St Andrews Turi. The St. Andrew’s team efforts were not in vain as they came out champions! We speak for a lot of people when we say that the cross country team were an inspiration to everyone. All these teams have portrayed integrity, strong will and courage.

Anuna Mohammed & Courtney Odere Year 10 students