100 women to fire at IPSC championship

Irene Ndunda

Overall winner Irene Ndunda (second left) receiving her trophy from Major General Fatuma Ahmed ( second right) assisted by Kenya Women’s Shooting team chairlady Pauline Munyi (right) and Kenya Regiment Rifle Club chairman Memba Muriuki (left) after winning the International Pistol Shooting Confederation (IPSC) women’s championship at the Jockey Club Range, Nairobi on July 11, 2021.

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What you need to know:

  • Besides Ndunda, Belinda Amuom from the General Service Unit (GSU), compatriot Irene Wanjiku and Agatha Muchiri are some of women’s finest firers expected at the two-day event.
  • Also in contention are Agnes Muchiri of Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), Nune Bonaya, Brenda Ajiambo and  Joyce Chebii from KDF, as well as Sarah Masaine and Caroline Kiama of Chalbi Desert.

One hundred firers will battle it out at the International Pistol Shooting Confederation (IPSC) women’s championship starting Friday in Shaba, Isiolo County.


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