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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

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

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!

The 7s Show This Far

Two legs into the local sevens circuit and we are already talking up chances of this being the most competitive series, ever! Here is why. In the previous years, it usually took the first couple of legs to pick out the 2 or 3 sides

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

Wanyore’s Weekend Of Reckoning

After 4 grueling rounds of the 2015 National Sevens Circuit, this weekend, the sevens caravan returns to where it started, for it’s final stop, at the George Mwangi Kabeberi Memorial Sevens. With one side firmly on the spot, Top Fry Nakuru RFC. Perched at the

Series On Knife’s Edge Heading To Prinsloo

The 2015 National sevens series is literally on a knife’s edge heading into it’s penultimate leg this weekend, the Prinsloo 7s in Nakuru. In the recent past, we already had a series champion ‘elect’ by this time. All they had to do is make the

Round 3, Fight!

After a week’s break the 2015 National sevens circuit is back with round 3, the Driftwood sevens in the coastal city of Mombasa. There is always something special about the third round of the series, kind of like the start of the final lap in