We call upon you the simba to sing us a song, cause we have been waiting for too… Greetings Simba (Insert Roar here), Your mission, which you will naturally accept, is from this point on, to join your pride, for this season’s special hunt. A hunt that we came very close to being successful at… Continue reading We Call Upon You, The Simba!
A harsh lesson at the hands of the Germans, a lucky win in Kampala and a scrappy draw in Nairobi, describe the Simbas start to the 2017 international calendar. At a similar stage last year, the Simbas had blown Uganda apart with a 48-10 win in Kampala, before impressively sneaking in a one point win… Continue reading Je Simba Ni Mgonjwa?
On Saturday afternoon, at the 79th minute mark, the scoreboard at the RFUEA read 29-27 in favour of Kenya against Germany. The Simbas were on course for a sixth straight home win under Jerome Paarwater. In the minutes leading up to this. the German’s had uncharacteristically missed a couple of penalties within striking range in… Continue reading What Next, After Simbas Heart Break?
In front of a capacity crowd at the RFUEA grounds, the Simbas turned on the style to record a hard fought 45-24 victory against the Uganda Rugby Cranes. The result saw the Kenya Simbas reclaim the Elgon Cup title with an emphatic 93-34 aggregate score, as well as assuring themselves of top flight continental rugby… Continue reading Simbas Roar Loud And Proud!
This Saturday, you have an opportunity that you simply cannot pass up on. For the first time this year, you have the opportunity to watch the mighty Simbas on the hunt at the RFUEA, when they take on Uganda in the second leg of the Elgon cup. An encounter that doubles up as a Rugby… Continue reading Finally, The Simbas Hunt At Home.
Sometimes a national rugby team ought to do what a national rugby team ought to do. Most of the times, this involves winning. The bunch that plays for seven minutes a half has been denying us this. They should have told us early enough that the taps would run dry. Maybe their malting procedure was… Continue reading Tales From The Battle Of Lions
On Sunday, the Simbas had one task at hand, to Lima Tunisia and Lima Tunisia, they did! With 1A status and hopes for the African title on the line, Kenya got over a shaky start to romp Tunisia 46-15 in a high octane match, at the RFUEA. The visitors were the brighter of the two… Continue reading Tuli Lima Tunisia
This Sunday at the RFUEA grounds, the Simbas will have one task at hand, to beat Tunisia, to Lima Tunisia. It will be a must win encounter for the side, if we are to maintain our hopes for the African title (given that results elsewhere go our way) and more importantly, maintain division 1A status.… Continue reading Lima Tunisia
The first leg of the 2015 Elgon cup gave us little indication of where the trophies will land, with the Ladies playing out to a 5-5 stalemate while Kenya ‘A’ narrowly edged Uganda 20-17. It was a dull affair in the Women’s category, with the number of débutantes having a clear impact on the quality… Continue reading Elgon Cup On a Knife’s Edge After 1st Leg
It is once again that time of year, when we welcome our great neighbours Uganda to the battle for the mountain. Last year we literally wiped the floor with our opponents over the two legs, claiming the triple crowns on offer. The U-19 side winning the inaugural U19 competition 37-27, the Lionesses beating the Lady Cranes… Continue reading Time To Defend The Mountain