Africa Rugby Gold Cup, Shujaa, CapeTown7s, Innocent Simiyu, Oscar Ayodi (Captain), Oscar Ouma (Vice Captain), Nelson Oyoo, Willy Ambaka, Frank Wanyama, Eden Agero, Dan Sikuta, Brian Tanga, Samuel Oliech,  Herman Humwa, Jeff Oluoch, Samuel Muregi, Erick Ombasa,

Shujaa wins Challenge Trophy in London7s

Shujaa, the national rugby-seven-a-side won the Challenge in the penultimate stage of London sevens, the HSBC World Rugby sevens Series at Twickenham Stadium today.

Kenya beat Wales 33-19 to lift the title after finishing third in pool C.
The win was great for Innocent Simiyu boys who have reached a 101 as they surpassed the 100 points mark for the first time ever though dropping to seventh place.
Jeffrey Oluoch scored a brace of tries for Kenya with Collins Injera, William Ambaka and Eden Agero managing a try apiece. Agero made three conversions, while Injera one.
Afon Bagshow, Luke Morgan and Jared Rosser scored a try each for Wales.
Injera tallied to 268 tries in the seven’s series in his career.

Shujaa performance in London7s

Pool C

Kenya7s 19-19 USA,
Kenya7s 24-21 France,
Kenya7s 12-38 England,

Challenge Trophy

Quarter final
Kenya7s 38-0 Spain

Semi Finals
Kenya7s 42-10 Argentina


Kenya7s 33-19 Wales

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