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The Best Seven of 2017!

I think that I have used this phrase one too many times, but for emphasis sake here I go one more time. This has been by far the most competitive sevens series in a very long while, maybe even of all time. For the first

Who Can Lift The 2017 Sevens Title? The Permutations.

That this is the most exciting and competitive sevens series we have seen in a long while, is a fact that we can now all agree on. The series enters its last leg with everything on the line, we saw our first back to back

The 7s Show Can Only Get Better From Here.

Three legs into the 2017 sevens series and I can sit here and confidently say that this has, rather will be the most exciting series we have seen in a while. Best part is, it can only get better, here is why. With three legs

What Safari 7s Can Learn From The Kenya Open.

For years, the Safari 7s had been Africa’s premier sevens tournament, it had been the top sporting and social event on the Kenyan calendar. We all know where we sit at the moment. Not long ago, I had the opportunity to work for what is

7 Lessons From The 7s Show

There is only one way to start this post…‘Most people would consider this illegal…. Since we are the best and you agree with me, right? No need to debate..’ With 6 cup final appearances from 6 tournaments and 3 cup titles, the Menengai cream Homeboyz

The 7s Show This Far

Two legs into the local sevens circuit and we are already talking up chances of this being the most competitive series, ever! Here is why. In the previous years, it usually took the first couple of legs to pick out the 2 or 3 sides

Dream 7 From 2015 Series

With the dust from the 2015 sevens series having settled, how about we look back and pick the best seven players from what was a highly competitive series? Here are my picks : 1. Dan Sikuta (Mwamba) His was one of the easier picks in

Wanyore Are Sevens Kings

Top Fry Nakuru RFC are kings of sevens rugby. Wanyore picked up the 2015 crown after beating TUK 41-0, in their second Pool A match at the Kabeberi sevens. From here on, it was just a matter of formalities, or was it? That result meant

Wanyore’s Weekend Of Reckoning

After 4 grueling rounds of the 2015 National Sevens Circuit, this weekend, the sevens caravan returns to where it started, for it’s final stop, at the George Mwangi Kabeberi Memorial Sevens. With one side firmly on the spot, Top Fry Nakuru RFC. Perched at the

Series On Knife’s Edge Heading To Prinsloo

The 2015 National sevens series is literally on a knife’s edge heading into it’s penultimate leg this weekend, the Prinsloo 7s in Nakuru. In the recent past, we already had a series champion ‘elect’ by this time. All they had to do is make the