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Can Kabras Finish The Job?

Five seasons, one Kenya cup title, countless wins later, the question on everyone’s minds when Kabras lines up at the forest to take on KCB in the million shilling match, will be, can Kabras finally finish the job? It has been five fantastic seasons at

The Swag Runner Has Come Full Circle!

It is towards the tail end of action on day 2 of the 2017 Driftwood sevens, we are seated under the gracious shade of a tree, at a far corner of the Mombasa Sports club, a few meters from a dejected looking tent. Over the

Kenya vs Hong Kong 2nd Test Player Ratings

The Kenya Simbas at the weekend wrapped up their 2017 series Home tests with a hard fought 43-34 loss to a well oiled Hong Kong side at the RFUEA grounds. This year the Simbas played 7 times at the RFUEA (probably the most matches we

What Next, After Simbas Heart Break?

On Saturday afternoon, at the 79th minute mark, the scoreboard at the RFUEA read 29-27 in favour of Kenya against Germany. The Simbas were on course for a sixth straight home win under Jerome Paarwater. In the minutes leading up to this. the German’s had

Tales From The Battle Of Lions

Sometimes a national rugby team ought to do what a national rugby team ought to do. Most of the times, this involves winning. The bunch that plays for seven minutes a half has been denying us this. They should have told us early enough that

Tuli Lima Tunisia

On Sunday, the Simbas had one task at hand, to Lima Tunisia and Lima Tunisia, they did! With 1A status and hopes for the African title on the line, Kenya got over a shaky start to romp Tunisia 46-15 in a high octane match, at

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Lima Tunisia

This Sunday at the RFUEA grounds, the Simbas will have one task at hand, to beat Tunisia, to Lima Tunisia. It will be a must win encounter for the side, if we are to maintain our hopes for the African title (given that results elsewhere

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Simbas Check Into World’s Top 30 In Style

It was a monumental weekend for Kenyan rugby, as the Simbas steam rolled the Os Lobos of Portugal, 41-15 at a packed RFUEA grounds. That resounding result saw Kenya break into the top 30 in the rugby world rankings for the first time ever. We