Menengai Oilers will have to wait for another year to defend the Great Rift Valley 10-a-side rugby tournament title that has been cancelled to next year due to coronavirus. The Oilers won last year’s title when they defeated then champions Homeboyz 05-10 as the yearly tournament was to be held on April 10th to 13th […]
Nakuru derby will highlight the 10th fixture of Kenya Cup, the Kenya Rugby 15-a-side league this weekend. Top Fry Nakuru will be hosting the newly promoted side Menengai Oilers at Nakuru Athletics Club this Saturday. The former champions Nakuru have lost four consecutive matches for the first time has 18 points as Oilers have only […]
Kabras Sugar extended their winning formula in the Kenya Cup (national 15-a-side rugby league) against Mwamba RFC at Kakamega Showground. The only unbeaten side defeated side defeated former champions Mwamba 46-37 to cement their top position ahead of second placed Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB). KCB, who are the title defending champions were the biggest winners […]
Unbeaten Kabras Sugar has maintained their top spot in the Kenya Cup, the rugby 15-a-side rugby league following their win on Saturday against Nondescripts. In the fixture seven of the league, The Sugar millers is the only team that has not lost any match and they thrashed high-flying Nondescripts 44-05 at Jamhuri Park to maintain […]
Giant killers Nondescripts toiled their way to beat hosts Impala Saracens with a slim margin as Kabras Sugar extends their unbeaten run as Kenya Cup, the Kenya15s rugby tournament returns after Christmas festivities. Nondies defeated their hosts Impala Saracens by a slim margin of 2 points in the match played at RFUEA grounds today. After […]
Kenya Cup returns after christmas season.
Unbeaten Kabras Sugar to host new comers Menengai Oilers
Pride fathers have given birth to rugby sons who are Kenya’s rugby elite, literally the formidable players turning up for the sevens and fifteens side as siblings strive to keep Kenya’s roll of honour in the IRB series.
With a record of three titles with three different teams in the National rugby circuit, Prinsloo sevens champion Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) are in top seed ahead of Sepetuka sevens, the first ever meeting in the Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) Sevens series across the country.
Menengai Cream Homeboyz won their 2016 national Rugby7s title and with the 2017 starting off in a week’s time in Driftwood Sevens, the champions have been drawn in pool A in the Mombasa opener.