The KRU has regrettably arrived at the decision to postpone this year’s Safari Sevens which was set for 3 November 2017 at the RFUEA ground.
Tickets for the 2017 Safari Sevens will go on sale from October 1. This year’s tournament takes place from 3rd to 5th November at the RFUEA Ground on Ngong Road.
Sevens World Series returnees Spain, former series side Portugal, Germany, Zimbabwe, Samurai, Uganda, Zambia, Rwanda, Fiji Barracudas and South African side Western Province are among ten teams that have so far confirmed their participation at this year’s Safari Sevens
It is to date for me the most amazing experience of my playing career. The closeness of the crowd at RFUEA. I remember running onto the field and the noise from the crowd as the PA announced that Kenya were running on. Nothing beats the feeling of playing in front of your home crowd, but the atmosphere at RFUEA lifted us to perform way beyond our abilities.
We caught up with former Kenya Sevens international Philip Mwenesi who relived his Safari Sevens memories. Facebook Comments
Top seeds Kenya Shujaa and defending champions Samurai International are through to the 2016 Safari Sevens main Cup quarter-finals. Facebook Comments