When he joined St. Georges Primary School in Nairobi, Marvin Sumba never imagined that he would be travelling to Uganda to not only further his education, but also meet the definition of his life- Rugby. The player who has recently risen within the Strathmore Leos
It’s a sunny Thursday afternoon in Nairobi and a smooth delicious smoothie is a welcome nutritious coolant. A relaxed Paul Treu sits on the opposite end of the table quite unexpected given the busy week he has had since coming back to the country.
Its Monday 10th February the 3rd training week of the Kenya 15s players who will be taking part in the Vodacom Cup in South Africa as Tusker Simba. Its past 7pm and the floodlights at the Barclays Sports Club are lit as the team is
Born on the 18th June 1966, Jerome Paarwater stands a commanding 6 ft 2 inches tall. He is from a training session with the Kenya 15s at the Barclays Sports Club. He had just flown in that morning, gone straight to training and now was
When the final whistle filled the air at the RFUEA grounds on the evening of Saturday, 6th April 2013, it did not only bring an end to the Enterprise Cup Final. It also drew the curtains on an illustrious career that spanned 20 years, the
So we left it at Quins..up next KCB, GLADYS IRUNGU – KCB Shiko with Phillip Wamae, Fabian Olando and Benjamin Ojema this was Nakuru I think. During the week she is a self-employed designer and cosmetologist, when Saturday comes you will never miss her smiling
Greetings fair ladies and gents, from all the way from Nyalgunga village, Alego Usonga County, where I’m currently enjoying my holiday. It is also good to note that I had to climb up the highest tree in the village to put up this post. Rugby
PORT ELIZABETH, SOUTH AFRICA – DECEMBER 10, Oscar Ouma (Kenya) during the Shield Final during day 2 of the 2011 IRB PE Sevens at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on December 10, 2011 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.Photo by Richard Huggard / Gallo Images *Shangwe na