NATIONAL SEVENS CIRCUIT

Daystar make one change for Christie 7s

Daystar Falcons celebrate after winning KRU Nationwide. Photo Courtesy/Denis Acre-half.

Daystar Falcons Head Coach Caleb Bosire has made one change to his squad that will play in the Christie 7s slated for Saturday and Sunday at RFUEA Grounds.

Bosire has included Meshack Andale in the squad with Emmanel Opondo set to miss this weekend’s trip due to an injury.

Patrick Odongo, who made his debut during Kabeberi 7s and had impressive performances has been retained for this weekend.

Duncan Olile, Trevor Were, Augustine Owino, Floyd Wabwire, David Williams, Clinton Kioko and Elvis Sande are still part of the squad.

John Oliele, who is the most experienced player will captain the team.

The Athi-River based club reached its first Main Cup Quarter Final since 2013 during Kabeberi Sevens.

This weekend they will be keen to do well once again when they face Strathmore Leos, Impala Saracens and Blak Blad in pool B.

The Christie Sevens, which began in 1962 and was incorporated into the Kenyan National Sevens Circuit in 1999, is Kenya’s oldest club sevens tournament.

It is named after Alex ‘Sandy’ Milne Christie, a Kenya Harlequins President, experienced rugby player, and referee for Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, Kampala, Uganda, and Mombasa, Kenya, who also served as President of the RFUEA and Vice-President of Wasps RFC in England.

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