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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

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Here Is To 2016 – The Roller Coaster.

If the year 2016 was a roller coaster ride in an amusement park, it would have probably been called ‘the hell riser’ or ‘tower of terror.’ One of those with a big ‘Ride at your own peril’ signs. Like a typical roller coaster ride, 2016

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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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#TBT, Maybe Our Best Bet To The Promised Land

#TBT, Throw Back Thursday. A popular ‘hashTag’ used on social media to reminisce about the good old times and how far each and every one of us has come. In many ways, the recent re-appointment of Kenya 7s head coach Benjamin Ayimba can be termed

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From Retirement To National Duty – This Man Wuon Magak

Paul ‘Sketh’ Owino, Geroge ‘Big G’ Mbaye, Joshua ‘The Reign’ Chisanga and most recently Brian ‘Floyd’ Sagara. This weekend, when the men’s Elgon cup encounter kicks off at the RFUEA, we will add two names to this great list, McLanhan ‘Maki’ Sikukuu and this man

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Kenya Rugby For Dummies Part 2

You probably thought that we had dropped this series, well we are back and just in time if I may add! In time for probably the biggest weekend in Kenya rugby, the Kenya cup final weekend. First thing first, in case you missed the first part,

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2014 XVs Team Of The Year

What a year! The past 12 months have served us with some great moments, from the best of highs to the worst of lows. Moments that we will carry as memories for a long time to come. At the centre of those moments have been

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Kenya Rugby For Dummies – Part 1

In appreciation of the fact that, the sport that they play in heaven, is quickly gaining quite a following in the country. We have decided to come up with a guide of sorts, to new rugby fans or guys who are interested in the game.

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The Fly Man In Chief

Many of you have heard, or seen the term ‘Fly Man’ used, not to refer to the beauty of a person but the fitness they have acquired under one man. You will find these fly men, scattered all over the globe, cutting through all sports

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