Category Archives: Kenya Sevens

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

All We Have In Glasgow, Is Hope

As soon as I saw the pools for the Glasgow leg, like most of you, I had very little hope if any. With the action just days away, that hope hasn’t grown much. Basically the build up to Glasgow has been a constant battle for

Will We Be Big In Japan?

The caravan that is the world sevens series moves into its penultimate tour over the next two weekends, with stop overs at the most iconic sevens tournament on the planet, Hong Kong, then moving to Japan. The Kenya 7s had their best outings last time

Kenya 7s Bowl Out In Style

It has been an uplifting two weeks for many a Kenya sevens fan, as they watched the side get their groove back on in Wellington and Vegas. This was the Kenya sevens we were all crying out for, hungry, untamed and above all having fun

The Party Moves To Vegas!

This weekend, the world sevens caravan moves to one of Kenya’s favourite play grounds both on and off the pitch, Las Vegas. The side arrives at the sin city off the back of a strong showing last weekend in New Zealand, where they bowed out

The Big Boys Are Back!

In many ways this could be termed as a new beginning for the Kenya sevens. New coach, returning players and for the first time in quite a while, we seem to have a room clear of ‘elephants.’ So is this the start of the season

Nowhere To Hide For Kenya Sevens

Two wins in twelve matches, 4 points after two legs. That is the sevens season so far in the world series for Kenya. I struggle to remember the last time we were this badly off. to say that the rain has really hit us is

Kenya 7s Seek Redemption In Dubai

After what was a disappointing, yet highly promising performance at the Gold Coast the Kenya sevens will be looking for a more consistent showing in the second leg of the Sevens world series in Dubai. Head coach Paul Treu has made six changes to the