Kabeberi sevens champions Impala Saracens and first runners up Menengai Oilers failed to match their superlative performance exhibited a fortnight ago during Saturday’s Prinsloo sevens in Nakuru.
Hosts Nakuru rfc and Kenya Harlequins became the first teams to qualify into main Cup quarter final in opening day of third leg of national Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) circuit in Prinsloo, Nakuru.
Kenya sevens captain Andrew Amonde will make his first appearance in the third round of the national Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) circuit in Prinsloo, Nakuru this weekend.
The National Sevens circuit leaders Menengai Oilers will be seeking to extend their top performance at the Prinsloo Sevens, the third led of Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) meeting at Nakuru’s Athletics Club.
Kabeberi sevens champions Impala Saracens successfully retained the trophy they won last year at RFUEA Ground over the weekend.
Last weekend, Menengai Homeboyz RFC won the Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) circuit opener in Mombasa’s Driftwood7s, is in top seed at the Kabeberi sevens set for this weekend in Nairobi’s RFUEA ground.
Kenya have been slotted in Pool B for this year’s Women’s Africa Cup Sevens that takes place in Tunisia on 16th/17thSeptember.
National rugby7s champions Menengai Cream Homeboyz started well this season’s circuit when they won the opening fixture of the circuit, Driftwood sevens held at Mombasa’s Sports Ground.
National sevens circuit defending champions Menengai Cream Homeboyz led a host of top flight teams that will play in the Driftwood sevens quarter final matches in the opening series of Kenya Rugby Union sevens series at Mombasa Sports Club.
Sportpesa Quins rugby7s side will be seeking to defend the Driftwood sevens rugby tournament as they kickoff the series in Mombasa this weekend.