The Kisii based outfit will look to defend their title, won in 2011, though they have been placed in the so-called pool of death.
With home favourites Tononoka High School, Garissa High and St Anthony of Kitale also in the same group B, things will be tough for any of the four sides, let alone Gekomoni.
However, head coach Rashid Omar beleives that they are in the box seat to progress, as he has better talent that what was there last year.
- It is not easy at such games, especially when you are playing against such good teams.
- The group is tough, they call it the pool of death, but I am confident about our chances.
- My players have prepared well and this crop is better that that of last year, he told Futaa.com.
The championships will kick off early this morning,Tuesday 7 August 2012 in the Coastal city of Mombasa, with Gekomoni taking on Garissa High School. The match kicks off at 1000 hrs local time.