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Daystar Falcons dreaming big ahead of National 7s Circuit

Following impressive runs in the KUSF 7s, Daystar Falcons Captain Augustine Owino is confident of their abilities heading to the National 7s Circuit.

The 2019 division 2 7s circuit champions have been crowned as the Taita Taveta and Rongo University 7s Champions. Owino has appreciated the effort of the team in an effort to up their game as they await the commencement of the National 7s Circuit.

He says the team will not settle for less in the 2023 campaign which commences with the Dala 7s tournament.

“The Journey has been a learning experience and the curve seems to be growing for sure, I have witnessed the best from our gentlemen and it was such a promising performance. I have a higher belief in our abilities and we are not settling for less during the National 7s Circuit,” said Falcon’s captain. “GO FALCONS! GO CHAMPIONS!” he told the club’s media.

Dala 7s July 1st and 2nd Kisumu.
Driftwood 7s July 8th and 9th Mombasa.
Prinsloo 7s August 5th and 6th Nakuru.
Cristie 7s August 12th and 13th Nairobi.
Tisap 7s September 2nd and 3rd Eldoret.
Kabereri 7s September 9th and 10th Nairobi.

Daystar Falcons dreaming big ahead of National 7s Circuit
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