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The Man, The Legend, The Pozza!

In my short life, I have met men, great ones at that, I have met legends, but I count myself lucky to have met the man we called Guka Funky aka Pozza. It is a chilly, drizzling Saturday morning at Nairobi’s Impala club, first day

A Back Row Par Excellence – Mike Okombe.

The year is 2012 in the month of March, a star studded KCB rugby side has traveled to the great rift to face Nakuru RFC in a match day 14 fixture.   Nakuru, still in their old dark green and navy blue shirts, would put

The Swag Runner Has Come Full Circle!

It is towards the tail end of action on day 2 of the 2017 Driftwood sevens, we are seated under the gracious shade of a tree, at a far corner of the Mombasa Sports club, a few meters from a dejected looking tent. Over the

Types Of Fans At A Rugby Game.

Some are born great, some achieve greatness, the lucky ones, become rugby fans. They could be lawyers by day, doctors, finance directors, even socialites. On any given Saturday (rugby day) however, they are rugby fans. Like all beings, no rugby fan is the same to

The Man We Called Zaik Wa Kang Kang!

Sometime during the 2014 Kabeberi 7s, I was introduced to this budding young man, then playing for the Catholic Monks, little did I know that he would later become a good friend and a corner stone to my club. Having already known his big brother

Types Of Players In A Touch Tournament

With excitement hitting fever pitch ahead of the 4th edition of the Rabadaa Cup this Saturday, here are types of players that you should be on the look out for at Strathmore grounds. The Star – We already described this oneĀ in detail, he probably does

How To Be A Star Touch Rugby Player

“Touch Rugby was created to make rugby forwards feel like backs and rugby fans feel like stars.” – P. Ndonga By the end of this post, we hope to have turned you into a star touch rugby player (or at least make you look like

Remember The Name, Nothern Suburb Cubs

What started out as an ordinary rugby weekend in Embu, ended in eye opening fashion at the Embu stadium, with a handful of fans witnessing what can only be described as all heart rugby, from one team in particular. A quick glance at the 16

Why Your Club Should Not Ignore Social Media

“We don’t have a choice on whether we do social media, the question is how well we do it!” – Eric Qualman. Social media is taking over how we communicate, scrap that, Social media has already taken over how we communicate, consume information and indeed