Monday, March 28, 2011

Prisons lock up rivals at meeting

Kenya Prisons athletes dominated the 1st National Bank of Kenya/Athletics Kenya Track and Field meeting which ended on Saturday at Moi Stadium, Kisumu.

Prison’s Stephen Baraza won the 300 metres race in 34 minutes 1 second, followed by his team mate Vincent Kosgei (34:02) and Solomon (34:03) from Kenya Navy, Mombasa.

Ibrahim Moya (Prisons) won the 60m in 6:08, ahead of his team mate Collins Mulaa (6:09) and Duke Okoth (7:00), an Individual runner.
Samwel Korir, also from Prisons, won the 110m hurdles in 15:04, ahead of Calleb Tanui of Administration Police, Embakasi, was second in 15:06 and James Kutut (15:09) from GSU Nairobi.

The warders also won the 4x200m relay in 1.29:09, beating KWS (1:35.0) and KAM (1:37.02).

Won the relay

Francis Kolanzi (3:30.04) from GSU Nairobi won in the 200m-200m-400m-800m medleys in 8.28:03, followed by Chepsorir Kennedy of Prisons.

Bilala Athletics won the 4x400m relay in 7.30:01, ahead of Prisons (7.35:08) and GSU (7:40.05).

In women’s 6o metres race, Milicent Ndolo from Kenya Police won in 8:01, ahead of Prisons duo of Marseline Nyarore (8:02) from Prisons and Ednah Kwamboka (8:02).

The 300m was won by a Ugandan, Agnes Aneno from Tororo, in 40:09, beating Grace Kidori (41:08) from Posta and Jacinter Shikokoti (42:03) from Police.

Maureen Chelegat from Prisons won the 110m hurdles in 16:09, ahead of team mate Ednah Kwamboka (17:06) and Franciscah Kori (17:09) from Police.