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Erick Situma – A Father To Many.

By the time of his untimely demise, Erick Situma was the proud father of 4 beautiful children, the last barely 2 months old. In rugby though, especially to my generation, Situma was the father of many. Stu, Kabuda, chesco were some of the names used

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Collins Injera celebrates that drop goal (Photo : World Rugby)

Most Successful Season, Ever!

Baring a catastrophic melt down in London, the Kenya 7s will complete their most successful season ever at the world series. With one leg to go the Shujaa, as we now refer to them, are on 95 points, 4 points short of their best tally

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Who do you pick?

The Kenya Cup Dream XV

The curtains have fallen, the dusts settled, mud and water puddles dried up, on what was the most exciting Kenya cup season we have seen in recent times. It is time to pick the dream team. Over 22 weeks, we have witnessed the best of

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All Hail the Kings of this Jungle!

All Hail Kabras, The Kings Of This Jungle!

All hail Kabras, them of house Opulence, the newest holders of the ‘Iron throne’ in this Kingdom that is the Kenya Cup. Kabras made their ascend to the throne after drowning House Impala 22-5 in a one sided final battle, at a rain drenched Impala

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Samson Onsomu under the attentions of Edwin Achayo  (Photo : Impala)

Will It Be Second Time Lucky For Kabras?

In their very first season of asking, Kabras Sugar defied all the odds to reach the Kenya cup final, that one ending in a 27-3 defeat at the hands of KCB. That was last season. Since then the sugar millers have invested heavily in their

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Philip Musalia Futie Mwenesi aka Smurf (Photo : MoR)

It Will Be An All Ngong Road Final – Futie

You might have noticed that, as the league progressed, I got older, more rugby versed heads here, I am not sure I can go any further after this week’s guest. Before I go any further, I’d like to quickly acknowledge my guest here last week,

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The 4 (Photos Mor, Mid-Ego)

Then, There Were Four

The journey to the Kenya cup title that started with 14, then went down to 6, is now down to four sides. Quins, Impala, Kabras and KCB. This weekend the penultimate round of the journey plays out along Ngong road. After sitting out last weekend,

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Michael Wanjala on the break (Photo - Shujaa Pride)

Kabras and KCB March On To Semis

It was a weekend made for the ‘Ks’ as the undertaker had rightfully predicted, as Kabras and KCB booked their semi final slots in rather contrasting form. While Kabras were made to sweat it out in the last few minutes on their way to a

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The Under taker.

Put Your Money On the Ks – The Under Taker.

My guest for the play offs need no introduction to a rugby fan, especially one who reads this space frequently. We call him the Undertaker, Tito Oduk. I ran a feature on him 3 years ago, when he had first announced his retirement. Like all

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Mike Okombe in action against Kabras (Photo : MoR)

Who Will It Be For The Semis?

After 19 weeks of pulsating, edge of the seat, sometimes health hazardous action, 14 have become 6. From that 6, 4 will be in action this weekend to determine who will play in the Semi finals. For finishing 1st and 2nd, Impala and Kenya Harlequins

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