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A Word From The Captains…

Ahead of the 2018/19 season, we caught up with the respective Kenya cup club captains and discussed their preparations, thoughts and expectations for the season. Hear it from the head horse’s mouth… We expect a very competitive season ahead as this will be our first

“I Am The Best Number 9 In This Country!”

“I am the best Number 9 in this country!” A wide grinned Muttley would always remark, whenever we met, a man who made myself and a great number of those who found him at the Nairobi School, fall in love with the sport of rugby.

Ten Players To Watch Out For After #Floodies2018

The just concluded 37th edition of the Impala Floodlit will go down as one of the best, in the tournament’s illustrious history, not only for the action on the pitch, but by the sheer numbers it attracted over the three weekends, hope people were taking

The 2018 – Dream 7

With the dust having settled on what was an eventful 2018 Stanbic National sevens series, how about we look at our dream seven? All the seven players have one thing in common, they were consistently outstanding not only for their respective teams but in almost

The Race to 114 At Christie 7s

With one leg to play, what had initially looked like a foregone conclusion, has now turned into one of the tightest contested series titles of recent times. After the first three legs of the 2018 sevens series, it looked like the DJs had already had

5 Things To Look Out For In Kisumu

The rugby caravan that is the Stanbic Bank National Sevens Circuit is back on the road and this weekend, it will make its penultimate stop at the lake side city of Kisumu for the 15th edition of the Dala Sevens. While most of your eyes

Why This Is Not Your Ordinary Rugby Weekend!

I struggle to remember the last time that I was this excited about a rugby weekend. If my memory serves me right it was before a certain weekend late July of 2014. Coincidentally, in very similar circumstances, there was a sevens tournament in Masaku and

The Magic of Rabadaa!

There is always something magical that happens every time a group of people pick up a rugby ball to play a round of touch rugby, whether on a Tuesday evening before a training session or a random Sunday afternoon at a friend’s backyard. There is

Simba Amechoka!

They came for Benja, we didn’t speak, they said he spoke to the President and undercut them, we believed them. They came for the referees, we didn’t speak, they said they didn’t know how to ref anyway and we could do without them (we couldn’t).

What A Season!

What a season it has been for the Kenya sevens, after ten tournaments in ten different cities in seven months the team returns their 2017/18 score card with 104 points, the highest points tally in the team’s history, making this the best season for the