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Bring Back Our Sevens!

Growing up, the then Tusker Safari 7s, was as good as rugby got. I remember my big brother and his friends planning on how they were going for sevens months before hand. I didn’t know much about rugby then, but I knew about the sevens,

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It was at this point, that we realised there was no catching them.

7 Lessons From The 7s Show

There is only one way to start this post…‘Most people would consider this illegal…. Since we are the best and you agree with me, right? No need to debate..’ With 6 cup final appearances from 6 tournaments and 3 cup titles, the Menengai cream Homeboyz

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The 7s Show!

The 7s Show This Far

Two legs into the local sevens circuit and we are already talking up chances of this being the most competitive series, ever! Here is why. In the previous years, it usually took the first couple of legs to pick out the 2 or 3 sides

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Makosa Ilitendeka

I bet we all remember the video clip that surfaced few years back, of a man, let’s call him Sospeter, caught pants down with another man’s wife at a dingy motel somewhere in Central Kenya. Poor Sospeter was pounded like the tumu tumu drums at

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The 2016 Elgon Cup Champions. (Photo - Jush)

Simbas Roar Loud And Proud!

In front of a capacity crowd at the RFUEA grounds, the Simbas turned on the style to record a hard fought 45-24 victory against the Uganda Rugby Cranes. The result saw the Kenya Simbas reclaim the Elgon Cup title with an emphatic 93-34 aggregate score,

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Saturday, 3:30 PM. At the RFUEA.

Finally, The Simbas Hunt At Home.

This Saturday, you have an opportunity that you simply cannot pass up on. For the first time this year, you have the opportunity to watch the mighty Simbas on the hunt at the RFUEA, when they take on Uganda in the second leg of the

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The Rabadaa Cup.

Rabadaa Cup – The Story

To properly tell you the Rabadaa story, I will have to go back to 2006, when I met the man who coined the phrase itself, Joshua Tariq Gathumbi, or as we knew him, Rojo. This is early 2006, first term of the school calendar, we

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Death Of The Rugby Tournament.

If the current trend continues, I am sorry but we could get to a point of no return, consumed by our own greed. Burning, like a forest of dried nappier grass. Critical stories have to be told. Stories of how initially amazing ideas were relegated

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It doesn't get any bigger than this!

Welcome To The Main Samba…

It is a sunny afternoon, not so hot, with a cool breeze blowing subtly past periodically, just the perfect weather for rugby. As you walk through the ‘pearly gates’ like the many greats have since 1902, you are taken aback by the brilliant sight that

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Episode Number 4.

Finally! The Podcasts are back, and this time they are here to stay. In episode 4, we sing, dance and preview the cup finals and stand up for #IAmTribeKenya Enjoy!! It’s only fair to share…

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