The Kenya Rugby Union yesterday announced the cancellation of the 2019/20 season, due to the novel corona virus pandemic that has continued to rein havoc across the globe. The union had earlier suspended league fixtures on the 13th of March, following a government directive that banned public gatherings including all sporting activities. Internationally the pandemic… Continue reading Why Cancelling The 2019-20 Season Was The Right Call
The rugby year 2019 served us with some great moments, Chipu playing in their first JWRT since 09, the Lionesses playing in the RWC 2021 qualifiers, they also qualified for the 2021 Olympics as did the Shujaa. It was also the year we saw a new generation of players taking over the reigns in the… Continue reading Five Things To Look Forward To In 2020
We are all familiar with the old adage “Saturday is a rugby day,” you have probably used it on several occasions, well it is about time that we realised that it is not the only rugby day. The 2019/20 season is in its third week, with up to 45 fixtures, in nine leagues being played… Continue reading Saturday Is Not The Only Rugby Day
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 after finishing within the top two positions at the end… Continue reading The 18/19 Kenya Cup Last Four In Numbers
So you think you know Kenyan rugby? Let’s put your knowledge to the test!
That we are witnessing one of the lowest moments in Kenya rugby’s recent history is probably clear for all. Our Sevens team just came back from the opening two legs of the World series, with no wins in Dubai and two from Capetown. While much has been said about the coach and his selection, in… Continue reading What Next For Kenya Rugby?
The rugby caravan that is the Stanbic Bank National Sevens Circuit is back on the road and this weekend, it will make its penultimate stop at the lake side city of Kisumu for the 15th edition of the Dala Sevens. While most of your eyes will be on the rugby as Homeboyz, Mwamba and maybe… Continue reading 5 Things To Look Out For In Kisumu
I struggle to remember the last time that I was this excited about a rugby weekend. If my memory serves me right it was before a certain weekend late July of 2014. Coincidentally, in very similar circumstances, there was a sevens tournament in Masaku and the Simbas were ready to kick off their campaign at… Continue reading Why This Is Not Your Ordinary Rugby Weekend!
By Tito Oduk. 1. PW15’s Goal kicking In the First half PW15 missed two conversions that would have taken Kabras to 17-7 instead the score was 13-7 ,only one converted try and KCB would be back in the lead. 2. PW15 Failing to find touch off a penalty(Unforced error 1) With Kabras leading 13-7 they… Continue reading 5 Key Moments That Cost Kabras The Kenya Cup Title.