The Real Jadhah Rests!

“A rugby man is one who is so consumed by rugby’s core values – integrity, passion, solidarity, discipline and respect – that they permeate every aspect of his life until he becomes one with them, and I’ve known one such man Richard Otieno Sidindi ‘Real

It Is Finally Here…

Ladies and Gentlemen, it is finally here, the match that has been on everyone’s lips and keyboards since the Kenya Cup fixtures were released sometime in November 2018. Ladies and Gentlemen, it is finally time for Kabras vs KCB and if you are anything like

Is It Kabras’ Title To Lose?

In so many words, yes it seems a lot like the 2018/19 Kenya Cup title is indeed Kabras’ to lose. Seven matches into the season and Kabras have literally blown everyone they have met off the park. Scoring an average of 44.8 points a game,

What Is Happening At The #Kenya7s?

The Kenya sevens squad to the Hamilton and Sydney legs was announced early yesterday and just like in Dubai, we will not have the likes of Collins Injera, Andrew Amonde, Willy Ambaka or Billy Odhiambo donning the mighty red shirt of the Shujaa. So how

What Next For Kenya Rugby?

That we are witnessing one of the lowest moments in Kenya rugby’s recent history is probably clear for all. Our Sevens team just came back from the opening two legs of the World series, with no wins in Dubai and two from Capetown. While much

The Shamas Dream.

It is sometime in 2009 and an eager Mr. Azim Deen is looking for a place to take his 5 year old son for rugby training around Nairobi. After a few false starts, he finally stumbles on a hand full of kids on a hot

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