Tag Archives: Leonard Mugaisi

The 2018 – Dream 7

With the dust having settled on what was an eventful 2018 Stanbic National sevens series, how about we look at our dream seven? All the seven players have one thing in common, they were consistently outstanding not only for their respective teams but in almost

The Hecklers – Episode 12 (Kenya 7s)

In the second part of episode 12, the hecklers go through the recently named Kenya sevens side to the Wellington and Sydney legs the only way they can, enjoy: It's only fair to share…LinkedinPinterestTwitterTumblremailFacebook

Ngong Road Derby Round 2, Fight!

Some of the perks in this new league format is that we get to experience weekends such as this coming one, twice. After a thrilling encounter on match day 1, it is time for Ngong Road derby round 2! When they last met, on 21st

Lessons From The Cape and Dubai

The opening legs of the 2015/16 world sevens series, can only be described as a proper roller coaster for the Kenyan sevens fan. We went from baying for blood to heaping endless praise, all in seven days. I will not dwell on the news, but

Kenya 7s Bowl Out In Style

It has been an uplifting two weeks for many a Kenya sevens fan, as they watched the side get their groove back on in Wellington and Vegas. This was the Kenya sevens we were all crying out for, hungry, untamed and above all having fun

The Big Boys Are Back!

In many ways this could be termed as a new beginning for the Kenya sevens. New coach, returning players and for the first time in quite a while, we seem to have a room clear of ‘elephants.’ So is this the start of the season

Super Friday Action Set For Jamuhuri Day

Match Day 5 in the Kenya cup sees two top bill matches played on the Republic’s 50th anniversary, in what can only be described as Super Friday at the RFUEA grounds. Fittingly the oldest derby in the region will be the highlight of the day,

Driftwood 7s Pool B Preview

With the Driftwood date drawing closer, today we take a look at Pool B, which consists of the current series runners up, Homeboyz, Nondies, Kisumu and Thika RFC. Homeboyz have been on the ascendancy in the first two legs, finishing third in Kabeberi following this