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5 Talking Points From The 2019 Driftwood 7s

Five legs, across five counties in seven weeks and the stage was set for the final round of the 2019 Stanbic National sevens series, the Driftwood sevens, in the city of Mombasa. With all the five legs living up and even exceeding expectations, the pressure

It Is Time For Mazematic At The Driftwood 7s

As we head to the final leg of the 2019 Stanbic National sevens series, I will advise you to look for ‘mtu wa mazematic,’ because you will need them. With one leg to go, this was the ending we were all hoping for, three sides

It Is Now or Never At The Christie 7s

If the 2019 Stanbic National Sevens Series was a marathon, we could say that the teams are now at the wall or ‘mile 22’ mark. Mile 22 (35 Kms) is widely believed to be the toughest point of a marathon, where your body almost gives

5 Talking Points From The Prinsloo 7s

Four legs down, two to go and we have the race to the 2019 Stanbic National sevens series title, that we have all been hoping for. After the Prinsloo sevens, the difference between the current leaders KCB and 5th placed Menengai Oilers is 11 points,

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

5 Talking Points From The 2019 Dala 7s

I am quickly running out of superlatives to describe these rugby weekends at the Stanbic Sevens Series, but I can safely say that the 2019 Dala sevens in Kisumu, has been by far the best one so far, I doubt that it can get any

Wabiro Dala

After what seemed like an eternity (read a one week break) the Stanbic National sevens series is back this weekend at the Mambo Leo Showgrounds in Kisumu for the Dala Sevens. A quick recap of how things have played out so far, KCB started off

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

Five Talking Points After Kakamega Sevens

What a way to start the 2019 Stanbic National Sevens series that was! Kakamega offered what only it can, the best way it can, great hospitality and a two day sevens festival that had a little bit of everything. From great action on the pitch,