Kabeberi 7s will kick off on Saturday 21 May 2022 at RFUEA Grounds with a Lurambi Derby match pitting MMUST Rugby and their neighbours Kabras RFC.
They will later pave way for a match against National 7s Circuit defending Champions KCB Rugby and Western Bulls. Nondies-Strathmore will face off in the third match while hosts Mwamba will take on the field at 10:00 to play Mean Machine.
Menengai Oilers against Kenya Harlequin, Homeboyz-Blak Blad, Impala-Northern Suburbs and Nakuru RFC versus Daystar Falcons will conclude round one matches.
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Round two will have MMUST- Western Bulls face off in another Kakamega Derby, Kabras and KCB will then battle in the second match. Other matches to look out for in the second round include the Mwamba-Strathmore Leos, Homeboyz- Kenya Harlequin and Menengai Oilers- Blad.
Round three is expected to kick off at 2:40 and will run till 5:00 PM.
Kabeberi 7s Division 1 Day 1 Order Of Play
9:00am MMUST Rugby v Kabras RFC
9:20am KCB Rugby v Western Bulls
9:40am Nondies v Strathmore Leos
10:00am Mwamba v Mean Machine
10:20am Menengai Oilers v Kenya Harlequin
10:40am Homeboyz v Blak Blad
11:00am Impala Saracens v Northern Suburbs
11:20am Nakuru RFC v Daystar Falcons
11:50am MMUST Rugby v Western Bulls
12:10pm KCB Rugby v Kabras RFC
12:30pm Nondies v Mean Machine
12:50pm Mwamba v Strathmore Leos
1:10pm Menengai Oilers v Blak Blad
1:30pm Homeboyz v Kenya Harlequin
1:50pm Impala Saracens v Daystar Falcons
2:10pm Nakuru RFC v Northern Suburbs
2:40pm Kabras RFC v Western Bulls
3:00pm KCB Rugby v MMUST Rugby Club
3:20pm Strathmore Leos v Mean Machine
3:40pm Mwamba v Nondies
4:00pm Kenya Harlequin v Blak Blad
4:20pm Homeboyz v Menengai Oilers
4:40pm Northern Suburbs v Daystar Falcons
5:00pm Nakuru RFC v Impala Saracens