Former Kenya 7s and Kenya Simbas utility back Felix Ayange is among the latest coaches to receive World Rugby Level II accreditation in the sevens version.
Ayange who was part of the Kabras RFC’s Kenya Cup winning squad in 2022 was included in the team’s coaching staff in the sevens circuit where the Sugarmen won Kakamega 7s. Besides helping Max Adaka, and Edwin Achayo in coaching he served as the team manager.
Kenya Rugby Union has also confirmed that MMUST Rugby Club coach John Asila, Western Bulls coach Solomon Obiero, former St Peter’s Mumias coach Libondo Shimenga and Western Region Development officer Matayo Mwenesi have also earned level two accreditation in the sevens version.
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“Congratulations to John Asila, Solomon Obiero , Libondo Shimenga and Matayo Mwenesi on their World Rugby Level 2 (Sevens) Coaching Accreditation,” KRU announced.
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They now join the long list of coaches such Adaka, Felix Oloo, Kevin Amiani, Allan Kasiti, Sebastian Ochieng and Brian Kibet who have recently been accredited.
The Level Two course are intended to enhance knowledge and abilities in rugby union coaching, allowing individuals to work as coaches of safe, ethical, and successful rugby union coaching sessions for players of all ages.