All posts by Poghie

The Stanbic 7s Story So Far, In Numbers

The first two legs of the 2019 Stanbic National sevens series has produced some memorable moments both on and off the field, apart from the two different winners, the first two legs have brought with them a few surprises and indeed reminded us of the

Five Talking Points From The Kabeberi 7s

When Mwamba first announced that they will be hosting the 2019 Kabeberi sevens at the Kinoru stadium in Meru, I was excited for two reasons. That I would finally get to see the Kinoru Stadium and the fact that it is always great seeing the

Mwamba Reign Supreme In Meru

Hosts Stanbic Mwamba ended their four year wait for a home title in style, after lifting the division one and two titles, at the Kinoru stadium in Meru. Kulabu and Vumbi (Mwamba’s second side), blew past all opposition over the two days in their respective

It Is Time For Kabeberi 7s

After what was a thrilling opening leg of the 2019 Stanbic National Sevens series in Kakamega, the sevens caravan travels 495 Kms east to make its second stop at the Kinoru stadium, in the cold town of Meru, this weekend, for the 31st edition of

Five Talking Points After Kakamega Sevens

What a way to start the 2019 Stanbic National Sevens series that was! Kakamega offered what only it can, the best way it can, great hospitality and a two day sevens festival that had a little bit of everything. From great action on the pitch,

Here Come The Sevens!

After what seemed like an eternity, local rugby is back! The sevens caravan that is the Stanbic Bank National series, makes its first stop at the Bull ring for the, Kakamega sevens. The first leg of the sevens series, usually comes with a lot of

Can Kabras Finish The Job?

Five seasons, one Kenya cup title, countless wins later, the question on everyone’s minds when Kabras lines up at the forest to take on KCB in the million shilling match, will be, can Kabras finally finish the job? It has been five fantastic seasons at

The 18/19 Kenya Cup Last Four In Numbers

After 17 match days, the race to the One Million Kenya Shillings prize that comes with the title of ‘2018/19 Kenya Cup Champion’ is now down to four teams. League leaders Kabras Sugar RFC alongside defending champions KCB booked their ticket to the last four