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
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
Three legs into the 2017 sevens series and I can sit here and confidently say that this has, rather will be the most exciting series we have seen in a while. Best part is, it can only get better, here is why. With three legs
For our sweet sixteen, we look back at Kenya cup match day of ended runs and the amazing banter that it came with, touch on the Simbas trials, the Kenya 7s situation and of course the Women’s league..
Some time in October, when the 2016/17 Kenya cup fixtures were released, a few friends and I noticed how we had a potentially super competitive season on our hands, I’ll explain. In the new Kenya cup format, the 12 teams were grouped into two pools
Every once in a season, twice if we are lucky, the rugby gods look down at Kenya rugby and align the stars to produce the perfect rugby weekend. During this very rare occurrence, fans are treated to the best of everything. There are usually two
In the first episode of 2017, the hecklers tackle Kenya cup action from game weeks 8 and 9, enjoy!
Match Day 8 was always going to be an interesting affair, with that many 50/50 matches on the cards. At the end of the day, our respective club allegiances had a big impact on the results, one way or another. Shallom decided to side with
*wipes the dust and cobwebs off this section* Howdy ladies and gents, yes, head to head is back! Who better to start us off than a third of a three quarter? Confused? Good. My first guest of 2017, is none other than Mama Kayai, defender