Strathmore beat KCB to win 2022 Christie 7s title

Strathmore Leos receive Embu 7s Trophy. Photo Courtesy/Embu 7s

Strathmore Leos are the Christie 7s Champions having beaten KCB Rugby 15-10 in the final played at RFUEA Grounds on Saturday.

Leos have ended KCB’s 11-match winning streak in the 2022 National 7s Circuit to with the 55th edition of the Christie 7s.

It was a repeat of  last weekend’s final which Strath lost 12-10. Looking to avenge the defeat, Louis Kisia charges started off strongly.

The ball being shifted to the right side off a ruck to find Philemon Olang who turned his markers inside out before racing clear to score the opening try.

The lead doubled when co-captain Barnabas Owuor went over for the second try which also went unconverted.

Geoffrey Okwatch pulled back for the bankers before Mathew Mogaya’s try ensured a 15-5 lead at the halftime break for Strathmore.

In the final half, Levy Amunga grabbed the second try for the Bankers but Strathmore held on.

Menengai Oilers once again settled for the third spot as they edged Western Bulls  12-7 in the bronze battle.

Mwamba Rugby Club also finished fifth just like last weekend. They beat host Kenya Harlequins 26-5.

Homeboyz claimed the challenge trophy beating Daystar 26-14.

Christie 7s results 

Challenge Trophy
Nakuru 31-7 Blakblad
Homeboyz 12-7 MMUST
Daystar 22-10 Pirates
Nondies 29-5 CUEA


KCB Rugby 36-0 Impala Saracens
Mwamba Rugby Club 12-19 Menengai Oilers
Strathmore Leos 17-10 Kenya Harlequin
Kabras RF C 12-13 Western Bulls

13th place

Blak Blad 19-12 MMUST Rugby Club
Pirates 0-29 Catholic Monks

Challenge Trophy

Nakuru RFC  19-26 Homeboyz
Daystar 33-0 Nondies

5th Place

Impala Saracens 12-26 Mwamba Rugby Club
Kenya Harlequin 15-14  Kabras RFC


KCB Rugby 12-12 Menengai Oilers (AET)
Strathmore Leos 29-7 Western  Bulls

13th place

Blad 7-19 Catholic Monks

Challenge Trophy Final

Homeboyz  26-14 Daystar

5th Place

Mwamba Rugby Club 26-5 Kenya Harlequin

Bronze Match

Menengai Oilers 12-7 Western Bulls


Winner SF 1 Winner SF2

Cup Final (Mens)

KCB Rugby 10-15 Strathmore Leos

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