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The Hecklers Podcast – Episode 18

In episode 18, the Hecklers review the Kenya Cup and ESS semi finals, welcome the new entrants into next season’s Kenya Cup, touch on the National Schools’ games and a bit of Kenya sevens… enjoy! It’s only fair to share…

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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

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Why It Is the Deejays’ Title To Lose.

5 months, 16 game weeks, 192 matches, 4382 points and a league phase down the line, we can almost certainly say that the 2016/17 Kenya Cup title is for Homeboyz RFC to lose. Though with three defeats in 16 matches, there is little doubt that

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The Hecklers Podcast – Episode 16.

For our sweet sixteen, we look back at Kenya cup match day of ended runs and the amazing banter that it came with, touch on the Simbas trials, the Kenya 7s situation and of course the Women’s league.. It’s only fair to share…

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The Hecklers Podcast – Episode 15

In episode 15, the hecklers look back at that monumental win for Mwamba against Quins and look forward to the cross over season, enjoy!   It’s only fair to share…

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It Is Cross Over Season

Some time in October, when the 2016/17 Kenya cup fixtures were released, a few friends and I noticed how we had a potentially super competitive season on our hands, I’ll explain. In the new Kenya cup format, the 12 teams were grouped into two pools

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Battle Of The Beauties Season 3

The third edition of the Kenya Rugby Women’s League is set to start this Sunday February, 5th 2017 at the Kenyatta University. The league title that has been won by Mwamba Ladies and KCB Ladies in the 1st and 2nd Editions respectively, will once again

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Kenya Rugby’s Super Sato

Every once in a season, twice if we are lucky, the rugby gods look down at Kenya rugby and align the stars to produce the perfect rugby weekend. During this very rare occurrence, fans are treated to the best of everything. There are usually two

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