Kenya Shujaa has booked for the final play in the ongoing HSBC World Rugby Sevens in Vancouver by beating Ireland in the semifinals.
The Innocent Simiyu charged side won 38-05 to qualify into the finals and will be taking on South Africa for the main Cup trophy
The Blitzboks defeated Great Britain 26-12 in another seminal play to book Kenya at 3:2 am on Monday morning.
Daniel Taabu converted Willy Ambaka’s first try of the match in the first minute for 07-0 lead as Taabu converted his try to double the score for 14-0 and Alvin Otieno touching down third try that he failed to unconverted for 19-0 into water break.
On resumption, Taabu converted his try for 26-0 lead as Ireland touched down for unconverted consolation try by Conor Phillips for 26-5 but quickly Levy Amunga touched down for another converted try for 33-5 and debutant Mark Kwemoi touched down his first for unconverted try for 38-05 final score.
Kenya will be setting up a revenge against South Africa who beat them in the last pool A match today in the 3:20am 33-14.