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Shujaa in relegation battle in the final series #Paris7s

Shujaa will be struggling to keep themselves in the worlf sevens rugby series ahead of the final leg at Paris sevens this weekend when they face Australia, South Africa and Wales.

Kenya picked a point in the last weekend’s event in London after losing all their matches.

Lying in the relegation zone, the Paul Murunga led side will have a tough battle against London finalists Australia, fellow relegations threatemning Wales and champions South Africa.

Shujaa is in 14th position, two points ahead of bottom-placed Japan with already nine meetings gone without playing at the Main Cup quarter-finals this season.

Kenya will begin the pool with Australia, followed by South Africa before winding the day with Wales.

This is Shujaa’s worst ever performance since attaining core status in 2003 and the team must better the performance of Japan in Paris to survive.

Pool A: Fiji, Ireland, Argentina, England.

Pool B: Australia, Kenya, South Afica, Wales

Pool C: USA, Canada, Samoa and Spain.

Pool D: France New Zealand, Scotland, Spain.

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