Category Archives: Rugby Super Series

Kifaru Kifaru..KIFARU!!

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe UAP Kifaru were 15-0 winners against the Nguvu Papa on the final weekend of the Bamburi Super series. That win came with three things for the side, sweet revenge against a side they had painfully lost to on Match day 2, the title

Kifaru Looking For Happy Ending To Fairy tale Run

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe UAP Kifaru will, at the weekend be looking to complete what has been a dream run in this year’s Bamburi Rugby Super Series. The Kifaru became the first Universities franchise to make the Super Series final in the competition’s 12 year history. Before

Kifaru Defy Odds To Make BRSS Semi Finals

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Kifaru defied all odds to proceed to this year’s Bamburi Super series semi finals after beating the Rwenzori 35-22 on match day 3 in Nakuru. Not many had given the Kifaru, a side comprising of the Kenya universities, a fighting chance in this

Ndovu Battle Chui In BRSS Match Day Three

Share this…FacebookTwitterIf it’s Match day three, then we are at the Nakuru Athletic Club. Heading into this last day of pool action, the Nguvu Papa and Victoria Protectors already have their fates sealed.   While the Papa secured a semi final spot in Kakamega, Victoria’s

Super Series Action Moves To Kakamega

Share this…FacebookTwitterAfter Match day 1 action in Kampala, the BRSS caravan makes it’s way to Kakamega town for the second round of matches. In Kampala, Kenyan franchises Chui and Papa got their campaigns to winning starts beating the Victoria and Rwenzori, 10-3 and 25-6 respectively.

Must Do Things While On BRSS Tuwaa

Share this…FacebookTwitterWith the introduction of the Supa Sato concept in this year’s Bamburi Super Series, where all matches will be played in one venue. You as a rugby fan will probably find yourself in a new town, on a Friday or a Sunday, with little

A New Lease Of Life For The BRSS

Share this…FacebookTwitterAt the end of it’s 11th edition, Africa’s premier franchise rugby tournament, looked to be on it’s death bed. The once glamorous tournament that was meant to showcase the best players in the region had seemingly lost it’s focus and sparkle. Apart the multiple