Williams Motto, Mutai among latest to attain World Rugby Level II coaching certification

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Blak Blad’s Head coach Williams Motto, and former  KCB scrum-half Peter Mutai have attained World Rugby Level II coaching certification in rugby sevens.  

They are also joined by strength and conditioning coach Samuel Njogu and John Isalambo on the list of coaches who have attained the feat.


Rugby governing body, Kenya Rugby Union, congratulated the four on their new achievement through a post on social media.

“Congratulations to Peter Mutai, Motto Williams, Samuel Njogu and John Isalambo on their World Rugby level 2 coaching ( 7s) accreditation,” reads a post by KRU.

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Commenting on his new achievement, Motto said:  Grateful for another milestone. Another chance to make this beautiful game safer and more enjoyable. Thanks to all who have made this journey worthwhile. Another feather added to World Rugby accolades such as S&C Level2. Special mention to Malik Ndemi and Ronald Gideon Okoth for walking this journey guiding and correcting me appropriately” reads part of Motto’s post.

“BlakBlad RC Great platform accorded to me since 2013. Am humbled to be associated with you. More to come By God’s Grace, ”  his post further reads.
Other coaches that have attained the feat include Kabras’ Felix Ayange and Max Adaka, MMUST’s John Asila, Western Bulls coach Solomon Obiero, Butula coach Libondo Shimenga and Western Region Development officer Matayo Mwenesi.
Felix Oloo, Kevin Amiani,  Allan Kasiti, Sebastian Ochieng and Brian Kibet were also accredited this year.

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