St. Peter’s in thumping Copa Coca-cola start

first_img“It was a good game for us especially starting the championship with a win. You could say maybe the team from North Eastern was a bit overwhelmed by the weather or altitude but I think tactically, we overpowered them. The tournament is very tough but we will do our best to win the title,” St. Peter’s coach Moses Kibengwa told Capital Sport after the match.Subunly had the game’s first chance with Muktar Hillon going through on goal after breaking the offside trap, but his shot from inside the box was saved by the keeper.Having dodged the bullet, St. Peters who beat holders Kakamega High in the regional finals to book a ticket to the nationals went on the offensive. In the ninth minute, Stanley’s curling effort from the edge of the area went just wide.St Peters Mumias High school midfielder Ben Stanley controls the ball under pressure from Subunly’s wingers during their Copa Cocacola Under-16 School Games Championship at the Hill School in Eldoret on Tuesday July 24, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluTwo minutes later, they were away celebrating the opener when Haggai scored the first of his two on the second bite of the cherry, tapping the rebound home after the keeper had saved his initial shot from the edge of the box.St. Peter’s were dominating the game and should have had more were they more clinical with their chances. On the quarter hour mark, Stanley had a shot from the edge of the box but it was too weak to trouble the keeper.In the 20th minute, they were made to pay for their misses with Subunly skipper Feisal Abdi scoring from the penalty spot after a handball inside the box.Subunly managed to hold on to the 1-1 score line till half time but upon resumption, they capitulated. Within 10 minutes of the second half, the Western region representatives had sealed the game.Oloo tapped home from a rebound inside the box before Stanley’s stunning freekick beat the keeper. Haggai then added his second tapping home after a goal mouth melee before he finished off the job with a brilliant freekick from the right.Evans Onsarigo of Riyabu School celebrates his goal against St Ciprian during their Copa Cocacola Under-16 School Games Championship at the Hill School in Eldoret on Tuesday July 24, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluIn the other match, Evans Onsarigo’s thumping freekick from 30 yards out set Riyabu’s tone going against Eastern’s St. Cyprian before Solomon Ondari’s header 15 minutes later drove the final.In the girls’ matches, defending champions Olympic High School from Nairobi were handed a 5-0 thrashing by Rift Valley’s Wiyeta in a repeat of last year’s final which had ended in Olympic’s favor.Jecinta Karemana and Juliet Anyango scored a brace each with Sarah Nanjala adding the fifth in the romp.Action between Sega Girls and Alliance High School in action Copa Cocacola Under-16 School Games Championship at the Hill School in Eldoret on Tuesday July 24, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluIn the other Pool A match, Sega Girls from Nyanza outclassed Central Region’s Alliance High School 3-0 with Sharon Onino breaking the dreadlock from the penalty spot, before substitute Violet Achieng and skipper Rose Ogutu added on to the haul.Sega were hugely dominant against Alliance and they went to the break with a 1-0 lead after Onino thumped a penalty home after a handball inside the box.Alliance came back determined to draw level in the second half but had their bid punctured when Achieng broke the offside trap to break into the box and beat the keeper one on one.Skipper Ogutu finished off in superb fashion, dribbling away from her markers at the edge of the box before unleashing a thunderous shot that Alliance keeper Neema Kisuge could only watch as the net shook in an act of approval.0Shares0000(Visited 4 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Subunly captain Feisal Abdi vies for the ball against a St Peters Mumias High school opponent during their Copa Cocacola Under-16 School Games Championship at the Hill School in Eldoret on Tuesday July 24, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluELDORET, Kenya, Jul 24 – Western Region representatives St. Peters High School Mumias and Nyanza’s Riyabu school started their 2018 Copa Coca-cola campaigns on a winning note with St. Peters beating North Eastern’s Subunly 5-1 while Riyabu were 2-0 winners over Eastern Region’s St. Cyprian.Four second half goals saw St. Peters shake off an early scare from Subunly in a game that Kevin Haggai scored a hatrick while Jack Oloo and Ben Stanley added a goal each.last_img read more

Nice France – Reported by Elite Traveler the pri

first_imgNice, France – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazineFaçonnable is pleased to announce the arrival of Julian Neale as Artistic Director of the Lifestyle Brand based on the Cote d’Azur. In his new position, he will oversee the development of all Menswear and Womenswear collections.Neale joins Façonnable from Rena Lange where, as Creative Director, he helped reposition the German brand by taking it to the runway and refreshing it with an of-the-moment spirit. “Fashion is ever-changing but style lasts,” Neale says. “With Façonnable there is a storied heritage of quality and a chic French attitude. I am here to build on that foundation by injecting a contemporary edge that will only serve to highlight and modernize Façonnable’s singular aesthetic—not compete with it.”Born in Turkey and raised in Hong Kong, Neale, who will relocate to Façonnable’s headquarters in Nice, South of France, has worked on both men’s and women’s wear throughout his vast career.He successfully launched a menswear license with Isetan for the French brand Victoire, built his own lifestyle collection, Permanent Vacation, and worked on women’s wear as a designer at Céline during the Michael Kors era.Known for his impeccable taste and ability to weave a cohesive narrative through his collections, Neale’s distinct eye for colors, textures, contemporary silhouettes and superior construction gels perfectly with Façonnable design ethos.“Julian brings not only a fresh point of view, but invaluable design studio experience” says Maher Mikati, CEO of M1 Fashion. “He’s an innovative designer who is also a pragmatist and that means he implicitly understands how to balance trend-driven design with timeless elegance. He will help a new generation discover the brand by guiding Façonnable into the next decade without ever losing sight of its invaluable heritage.”Neale’s first collections will bow for Pre-Fall 2012 and Fall Winter 2012, when Façonnable presents its line-up at Pitti Immagine Uomo in Florence in January.www.Façonnable.comlast_img read more