This is a quick read. Aside with tradition of candid introductions and what-not; where and why hullabaloo, I will just dive to it... Kenya's recent exploits at the HSBC World Rugby Sevens circuit have seen a re-insurgence of the old adage of rugby being a sport of brute. Tracing the trend off at Sydney 7s, … Continue reading Brute also wins
Tides have been changing lately in the Kenya rugby scene, there is an evident shift of attention from the shorter version to the rugby fifteens. If you were keen to watch or attend the Kenya Vs Germany test, there were many lessons to learn other than, 'it is not over till it is'. The growing … Continue reading Elgon Cup, Twende Game
November 2016 was a great month of rugby action more so at the international scenery. New Zealand stretched their list of accomplishments with the longest run wins to eighteen (18). While still relishing that they were humbly beat by Ireland, the latter recording their first ever win over the Southerners – and it was big, … Continue reading Team of the November Tests
The level of competition in the 7s game is rapidly rising standards that “Kenya 7s(both men and Women) are failing to keep up with”. Not that we don’t have the potential, no, just that we are unable to maintain full momentum to the buzzer. We collected losses in nearly all games save for one against … Continue reading Kenya Cup Round 4 & the Dubai 7s Fiasco
Before delving to matters Kenya Cup round 3, it will be awkward if I let the weekend action that was, slide away without a hoot. Round 2 review. Quick of the book was the clash pitting Quins against “Money Team” Kabras Rugby, I didn’t attend the match, but I heard the weather in the city … Continue reading Post Kenya Cup round 2 action & IRB Circuit kickoff!