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The 2019 Prinsloo 7s Match Predictor.

With three legs of the 2019 Stanbic National Sevens series, we feel that we have enough background data to try predict how the first division matches at Prinsloo will play out on day one. So here goes, also feel free to add your predictions in

Mwamba Reign Supreme In Meru

Hosts Stanbic Mwamba ended their four year wait for a home title in style, after lifting the division one and two titles, at the Kinoru stadium in Meru. Kulabu and Vumbi (Mwamba’s second side), blew past all opposition over the two days in their respective

It Is Time For Kabeberi 7s

After what was a thrilling opening leg of the 2019 Stanbic National Sevens series in Kakamega, the sevens caravan travels 495 Kms east to make its second stop at the Kinoru stadium, in the cold town of Meru, this weekend, for the 31st edition of

Here Come The Sevens!

After what seemed like an eternity, local rugby is back! The sevens caravan that is the Stanbic Bank National series, makes its first stop at the Bull ring for the, Kakamega sevens. The first leg of the sevens series, usually comes with a lot of

The 18/19 Kenya Cup Last Four In Numbers

After 17 match days, the race to the One Million Kenya Shillings prize that comes with the title of ‘2018/19 Kenya Cup Champion’ is now down to four teams. League leaders Kabras Sugar RFC alongside defending champions KCB booked their ticket to the last four

We Are Into The Final Lap

If the 2018/19 Kenya cup season was a long distance track race, then it can be said that we are into the final lap, the final two to be exact. With two game days to go, the race for the six play-off spots and league

A Word From The Captains…

Ahead of the 2018/19 season, we caught up with the respective Kenya cup club captains and discussed their preparations, thoughts and expectations for the season. Hear it from the head horse’s mouth… We expect a very competitive season ahead as this will be our first

“I Am The Best Number 9 In This Country!”

“I am the best Number 9 in this country!” A wide grinned Muttley would always remark, whenever we met, a man who made myself and a great number of those who found him at the Nairobi School, fall in love with the sport of rugby.

Is It Really A Two Horse Race?

Seven weeks into the 2017/18 Kenya Cup season and it looks like the race to the title is a two horse race, between the defending and immediate former champions, last year’s finalists, KCB and Kabras. Underline the word, ‘looks like.’ Since we turned to the