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To Play or Not To Play – Kenya 7s What Next?

Before we start, click here to listen to a voice note I received, to the Kenya 7s, from a very concerned fan. We are less than a week away to the opening legs of the 2016/17 sevens season and the Kenya 7s are on strike

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

Most Successful Season, Ever!

Baring a catastrophic melt down in London, the Kenya 7s will complete their most successful season ever at the world series. With one leg to go the Shujaa, as we now refer to them, are on 95 points, 4 points short of their best tally

We Made It To The Promised Land

It was not a drill, it is not a dream, we finally made it to the promised land. After 17 long years, 142 grueling tournaments later, we can finally say Kenya sevens are champions. I can not go on any further without acknowledging the people

Kenya 7s Take on Wellington & Sydney

The Kenya 7s will be back in action at the weekend when they take on the 3rd leg of the 2015/16 season, in Wellington, New Zealand, after which they will head to Sydney, Australia. To take on these two legs, the technical bench settled for

Lessons From The Cape and Dubai

The opening legs of the 2015/16 world sevens series, can only be described as a proper roller coaster for the Kenyan sevens fan. We went from baying for blood to heaping endless praise, all in seven days. I will not dwell on the news, but

The Hunt Is On!

After 6 months of preparations and re building, it is finally time, for the hunt. The Kenya 7s will be kicking off their 2015/16 campaign at the HSBC sevens world series this weekend in Dubai. With a ‘new’ technical bench in place, Olympic qualification in

Shujaa Are Olympians

The Shujaa booked their ticket to the 2016 Olympic games with 21-17 win against Zimbabwe in what can only be described as a ‘heart-attack inducing’ final, at the Barnard Stadium in Johannesburg. The Kenya 7s breezed past their opposition in Pool A, to finish top

Shujaa Battle For Ticket To Rio.

The Kenya sevens will at the weekend be in battle for the sole ticket to the 2016 Olympic games in Rio, alongside 11 other sides at the Africa 7s in Johannesburg South Africa. As defending champions, the Shujaa head into the Africa 7s as firm

Bigger and Better – Willy Ambaka

Its his day off and sleeping is all he can think of. William Ambaka a.k.a Kenyan ‘Lomu’ needs no introduction to the Kenya Rugby fraternity.   The former Kenya Harlequins winger has cut out a niche for himself in the rugby circles, but he admits