KENYA NATIONAL YOUTH AND CADET CHESS CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019 (KNYCC) WEST KENYA REGION
The 2019 Kenya National Youth & Cadet Chess Championships (KNYCC) is being held in various centres around the country.
West Kenya region held theirs last week at Makini School, Kisumu County.
Over 20 schools participated in this crucial event which culminates in the national chess champions in the different age groups. An impressive 360 players turned up for the event.
The top players will qualify for the final phase which will be held from 5th to 8th April in Nyeri County.
This event was organised by Andrew Owili and Victoria Chess Club.
Under 8 Girls
Laura Mitei – Makini School.
Angela Kimberly Achieng – Kings & Queens Academy.
Kyle Ambasa – Makini School.
Under * Boys
Deven Lilesh – Braeburn Kisumu.
Emmanuel Hawi – Kimberly Hills Academy.
Bill Henry – Makini School.
Under 10 Girls
Dhara Shah – Braeburn School.
Sasha Ochomo – Makini School.
Keyshia Ndunge – Muoki M.A Junior.
Under 10 Boys
Rishit Ravat – Jalaram Academy.
Sydney Dexter – Golden Elites.
Willis Ochieng – Kisumu Elites.
Under 12 Girls
Bansri Patel – Jalaram Academy.
Disha Patel – Jalaram Academy.
Diya Patel – Jalaram Academy.
Under 12 Boys
Mark Peter – Golden Elites.
Jyot Krupesh – Jalaram Academy.
Javan Omondi – Aga Khan.
Under 14, 16 & 18 Girls
Ritika Pawav – Jalaram Academy.
Krina Patel – Jalaram Academy.
Ayushee Raval – Jalaram Academy.
Under 14 Boys
Bruce Walter – St. Mary’s Yala.
Yash Kotechwa – Jalaram Academy.
Dwayne Zera – Kisumu Elites.
Under 16 Boys
Emmanuel Dhilo – St. Mary’s Yala.
Winnestine Joseph – St. Joseph’s Nyabigena Boys.
Derrick Otieno – St. Mary’s Yala.
Under 18 Boys
Kenneth Copeland – Nyangori Boys.
Quinn Syvester – St. Joseph’s Nyabigena Boys.
Mosweta Stephen – St. Joseph’s Nyabigena Boys.