NATIONAL SEVENS CIRCUIT

Kakamega 7s pools amended

Menengai Oilers celebrate after winning Prinsloo 7s. They will be keen to win Kakamega 7s to get the first 7s title.

The Kenya Rugby Union has made changes to the Division 1 draw at the final leg of the 2022 National Sevens Circuit which will be hosted by Western Bulls at the Bull Ring in Kakamega on July 16 and 17.

Blak Blad replace Mwamba in Pool B. Mwamba pulled out of the final leg on Thursday following the death of their Team Manager Stephanie-Rose Otieno who died on Monday 11 July in a car crash.

William Motto’s side managed 13th place last weekend after holding off Kisumu RFC.

B;ak Blad's Archadius Khwesa in action against Homeboyz. He has been named in Blad's squad for Kakamega 7s. Photo Courtesy/Denis Acre-half.

Blak Blad’s Archadius Khwesa in action against Homeboyz. He has been named in Blad’s squad for Kakamega 7s. Photo Courtesy/Denis Acre-half.

KCB and Kabras in Pool D

Changes have also been made in Pool D where Kabarak University comes in to replace Impala Saracens and they join Kabras and KCB Rugby.

Siaya take the place of Blak Blad in Pool A of the division two tournament while Western Bulls II are slotted in Pool E following Siaya’s transfer to Pool A.

Menengai Oilers celebrate after winning Prinsloo 7s. They will be keen to win Kakamega 7s to get the first 7s title.

Menengai Oilers celebrate after winning Prinsloo 7s. They will be keen to win Kakamega 7s to get the first 7s title.

Menengai Oilers are the current log leaders, and are followed closely by KCB Rugby.
This circuit has seen five different winners for the five circuits played. This weekend, fans will be eager to witness the last leg of this unpredictable circuit.

Kakamega 7s Pools

Pool A: Menengai Oilers, Masinde Muliro University, Vihiga Granites, Nondescripts

Pool B: Strathmore Leos, Blak Blad, Catholic Monks

Pool C: Homeboyz, Kenya Harlequins, Western Bulls, Nakuru RFC

Pool D: Kabras RFC, KCB Rugby, Daystar Falcons, Kabarak University.

KCB hoist Kabeberi 7s trophy. Photo Courtesy/Denis Acre-half

2022 National Sevens Circuit dates and winners

21/22 May: George Mwangi Kabeberi Memorial 7s,  – KCB Rugby Club

28/29 May: Christie 7s, RFUEA Ground, Nairobi-  Strathmore Leos

18/19 June: Driftwood 7s, Mombasa Sports Club, Mombasa- Mwamba Rugby Club

2/3 July: Dala 7s, Jomo Kenyatta Stadium, Kisumu- Homeboyz

9/10 Jul: Prinsloo 7s, Nakuru Athletic Club, Nakuru- Menengai Oilers

16th/17th  July: Kakamega 7s, The Bull Ring, Kakamega-

 

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