Deejays Call The Tune In Mombasa

National Sevens Circuit champions Menengai Cream Homeboyz beat Top Fry Nakuru 17-7 to win the Driftwood Sevens and go top of the standings after the opening round in Mombasa.

It was Nakuru who opened the game’s amount when Cassius Omolo’s storming run resulted in an offload to Monate Akuei who stretched over the chalk for the game’s opening try.

The deejays inched back bit by bit, Charles Omondi scoring at the stroke of half time as they trailed by two points going into the interval.

Leonard Mugaisi’s opportunistic kick and determined chase saw him gather the ball and score to give the deejays the lead for the first time in this encounter.

Keith Wasike would step and leave the Nakuru defense exposed, grounding the ball with Humphrey Owuor converting to secure the result for the deejays.

OILERS TOO SLICK FOR MACHINE

Menengai Oilers raced into a 21-0 lead at the break before the students scored after the interval but the hard work had already been done, Gibson Weru’s Oilers finishing third in Mombasa.

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