World cross country silver medallist Agnes Jebet and 2010 world half marathon champion Wilson Kiprop won their respective races at the Uasin Gishu County athletics championships.
Jebet, a world junior bronze title holder breasted the tape to win the women's 1,500m lapin 4:23.18 minutes ahead of Judy Kiyieny, second in 4:40.02 while Hildah Chepkemoi bracketed the top three
qualifiers with a 4:43.00 in third place.
In the men's 10,000m battle, Kiprop, a former African champion, obliterated the field to win in 28:18.1. In the selected squad was Elkanah Terer (28:18.3), Edwin Kibet (28:51.8), and Kipchumba Ng'eny (28:53.4).
Patrick Chukor checked home first in the 3,000m steeplechase clocking 9:05.87, Boniface Kipchumba 9:06.54 and Wilson Cheruiyot in 9:20.78.
Hillary Kibet cut the tape in 13:16.1, Hosea Nailel in 14:16.9, while Spencer Maiyo 14:18.0 wrapped up the qualifiers in the men's 5,000 metres.
Chebet also made a stinging second show in the women's 5,000m clash, where she secured a brilliant 70m clear of her close rival Branda Kibea. Chebet finished in 16:13.7, Kibea in 17.:40.2, followed by Caroline Korir in 17:59.9.
Vivian Chepkemei, finished first the women's 800m in 2:15.3, followed by Caro Rono in 2:17.9 and Mirriam Menjo (2.21.1).
Elgeyo Marakwet County staged its track combat at Kamariny stadium where Emmanuel Kipsang won the men's 10,000 in 28:45.10, Richard Kiprop (29:00.60), and Gideon Kipketer (29.19.89) followed.
Gladys Chesir won the women's 5,000m in 16.53.76 Linah Cheruto finished second in 16.59.51, while Ruth Matebo was third in 17:29.73.
The women's 1,500 meters was won by Regina Cherotich (4:26.83) followed by, Faith Kipsum (4:45.67) and Loyce Kiptoo (4.51.61.
Mathew Kiptanui (3:45.42), Wilfred Kimitei (3:47.67) and Christopher Kipruto (3:54.45) finished the men's four lap race in that order. In the men's 5,000m Douglas Serem was the winner in 14:17.83 followed by David Kipchumba (14.24.17) and Nicholas Bor (14.26.13).