Share this…FacebookTwitterWhen Mwamba first announced that they will be hosting the 2019 Kabeberi sevens at the Kinoru stadium in Meru, I was excited for two reasons. That I would finally get to see the Kinoru Stadium and the fact that it is always great seeing
Share this…FacebookTwitterHosts Stanbic Mwamba ended their four year wait for a home title in style, after lifting the division one and two titles, at the Kinoru stadium in Meru. Kulabu and Vumbi (Mwamba’s second side), blew past all opposition over the two days in their
Share this…FacebookTwitterAfter what was a thrilling opening leg of the 2019 Stanbic National Sevens series in Kakamega, the sevens caravan travels 495 Kms east to make its second stop at the Kinoru stadium, in the cold town of Meru, this weekend, for the 31st edition
Share this…FacebookTwitterTop 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
Share this…FacebookTwitterAfter 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
Share this…FacebookTwitterIt first happened at the Kabeberi Sevens, many of us thought it was because of the Governor’s statement a few days prior to the tournament. We then moved on to the second leg of this year’s Safaricom Sevens Series, the Dala sevens in Kisumu.
Share this…FacebookTwitterIt is that time of year, when rugby comes at you thick, free flowing and fast, that time of year, when rugby takes you on tour, that time of year, when rugby is served in multiples of seven. It is time for the sevens