Tag Archives: Kenya Fifteens

2015 – The Year Of The Lion

When all is said and done, when we are old and worn out, telling exaggerated tales of our great times to whoever would care to listen, memories of 2015 will probably be restricted to those two or three months, when the Lion reigned supreme! If

Bigger and Better – Willy Ambaka

Its his day off and sleeping is all he can think of. William Ambaka a.k.a Kenyan ‘Lomu’ needs no introduction to the Kenya Rugby fraternity.   The former Kenya Harlequins winger has cut out a niche for himself in the rugby circles, but he admits

The Fly Man In Chief

Many of you have heard, or seen the term ‘Fly Man’ used, not to refer to the beauty of a person but the fitness they have acquired under one man. You will find these fly men, scattered all over the globe, cutting through all sports

The Kang’ethe Twins

The Tusker Simba XV face the Border Bulldogs in their 1st away match of the Vodacom Cup. We caught up with the Kang’ethe Brothers before their trip to East London. “We know it’s not going to be a walk in the park. We’re definitely missing

Catching Up With Jerome Paarwater

Born on the 18th June 1966, Jerome Paarwater stands a commanding 6 ft 2 inches tall. He is from a training session with the Kenya 15s at the Barclays Sports Club. He had just flown in that morning, gone straight to training and now was