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Sydney7s: Shujaa in a busy 2018 calendar

Kenya rugby7s aside has a packed 2018 calendar, starting off with Sydney Sevens, the third leg of HSBC World Rugby series.

Shujaa, the national sevens team continue with their 2017/18 Sevens World Series campaign in Sydney, the Australian Capital from 26th and 28thJanuary.

After that, the team will also compete at April’s Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia as well as at the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco, USA between 20th and 22nd July.

In pool B together with Argentina and France and Wales, the national team will will start their Sydney Sevens campaign against Argentina (11.06am) on Friday 26th, France at (7.25am) on Saturday before winding up against Wales at 11.36am the same day.

Shujaa’s playing times in Sydney (EAT)
Friday 26 January
v Argentina 11.06am

Saturday 27 January
v France 7.25am
v Wales 11.36am


Time table

HSBC Sevens World Series – Rd 3, 26-28 January, Sydney, Australia

HSBC Sevens World Series- Rd 4, 3-4 February, Hamilton, New Zealand

HSBC Sevens World Series – Rd 5, 2-4 March, Las Vegas, USA

HSBC Sevens World Series – Rd 6, 10-11 March, Vancouver, Canada

HSBC Sevens World Series – Rd 7, 6-8 April, Hong Kong

Commonwealth Games – 13- 15 April, Gold Coast, Australia

HSBC Sevens World Series – Rd 8, 28-29 April, Singapore

HSBC Sevens World Series – Rd 9, 2-3 June, London, England

HSBC Sevens World Series – Rd 10, 9-10 June, Paris, France

Rugby World Cup Sevens – 20 -22 July, San Francisco, USA

Additional information KRU

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