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Rugby sevens ‘Road to Tokyo’ taking shape

Rugby sevens ‘Road to Tokyo’ taking shape

Fourteen international teams competing in Dubai on 2-3 and 8-9 April Combined event confirmed in Los Angeles over weekend of 25-27 June HSBC Paris Sevens – Marcoussis event postponed World Rugby providing US$4 million funding for rugby sevens programmes and high-performance preparation…

Impala stay top of Women’s Festival heading into round three

Impala stay top of Women’s Festival heading into round three

The Sarries shared points with winners Mwamba at their home tournament and lead the standings with the maximum 44 points.  Mwamba are second with 39 points while Top Fry Nakuru who missed the Impala round are third on 19 points, two ahead of Northern Suburbs (17 points). Ruckit (14 points) and Kisumu Dolphins (12 points) round off the standings.

Kenya Cup Match Day 4 Round Up: 14 man Kabras crush Quins, MMUST stun Mwamba, KCB beat Blad

Kenya Cup Match Day 4 Round Up: 14 man Kabras crush Quins, MMUST stun Mwamba, KCB beat Blad

The second half was all Kabras, Dukisa converting Brian Tanga’s try for a 26-5 score before Ayange landed his brace, the scores readin 31-5. Aaron Adhanja then went over, Dukisa sure with the twos as Kabras led 38-5 before Walter Okoth scored for the 43-5 full time score.

Impala, Mwamba, Nondescript enter the fray as Kenya Cup heads into match day three

Impala, Mwamba, Nondescript enter the fray as Kenya Cup heads into match day three

After missing out on the first two rounds of the 2021 Kenya Cup, a trio of former champions led by Nondescripts, Impala Saracens and Mwamba join the competition from match day three. A fourth team, Homeboyz, have opted out of this season’s competition which will now be played as a one off round robin competition, with the top four teams qualifying for the semi final playoffs on 29 May with the final set for 5 June.

World Rugby paves the way for future leaders in rugby with 12 new Women’s Executive Leadership Scholarships awarded

World Rugby paves the way for future leaders in rugby with 12 new Women’s Executive Leadership Scholarships awarded

Kenya’s Peris Mukoko is among the 12 recipients identified by World Rugby for acceleration of women in leadership positions in rugby through its transformational World Rugby Women’s Executive Leadership Scholarship programme,