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The Best XV of 2017.

The year 2017 will go down as one of the most memorable in recent times for more reasons than one. From nail biting league action in the second half of the 2016/17 season, to the most competitive sevens series in recent times and a Kenya

We Made It To The Promised Land

It was not a drill, it is not a dream, we finally made it to the promised land. After 17 long years, 142 grueling tournaments later, we can finally say Kenya sevens are champions. I can not go on any further without acknowledging the people

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Shika Shika Time

Back in the day, when guys used to go for Disco and not ‘dunda’ I am told that there used to be a period that they called ‘shika shika.’ A very crucial few hours during which the fate of your night was largely decided. During

Kenya 7s Take on Wellington & Sydney

The Kenya 7s will be back in action at the weekend when they take on the 3rd leg of the 2015/16 season, in Wellington, New Zealand, after which they will head to Sydney, Australia. To take on these two legs, the technical bench settled for

#TBT, Maybe Our Best Bet To The Promised Land

#TBT, Throw Back Thursday. A popular ‘hashTag’ used on social media to reminisce about the good old times and how far each and every one of us has come. In many ways, the recent re-appointment of Kenya 7s head coach Benjamin Ayimba can be termed

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

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