Sunday’s Rugby Africa “Super Sunday” action will be broadcast live from the Nyayo National Stadium. Women’s action sets the ball rolling as the Kenya Lionesses take on Madagascar in the test match. This match kicks off at 11am and will be an…
Senegal’s Ndiaye Mamadou would then put on a dominant performance, shaking off a nervy start that saw him miss an early penalty in front of the posts to score 15 of Senegal’s 20 points. Ndiaye slotted in two penalties, two conversions, and a try.
Ndiaye would also play a part in Sakho Oumsane’s try.
The match schedule for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic rugby sevens competition has been confirmed by Tokyo 2020 and World Rugby with 19 days to go until kick-off as excitement builds towards the sport’s second appearance at the Games. Shujaa will begin their…
Senegal will come into this tie looking for a second win which will assure them of top spot in the pool and passage to the 2022 competition which will serve as the final round of qualifying for the Rugby World Cup 2023 slated for France. Two teams will advance from this pool to the next round of qualifying.
Odera however believes something must change if the Simbas are to turn their World Cup qualification chances around.
“There is also a lot of introspection; I have to look at myself as a coach, and my leadership of the team and what needs to change to get us to the next phase of the World Cup Qualifiers next year,” adds Odera.
Not to be outdone was Madagascar’s Salotra Rokomalala Lucas who had a blinder of game when his side took on Senegal in match day two action at the same venue on Saturday 3 July 2021.
Heading into Saturday’s men’s Rugby Africa Cup Pool B opener against Senegal at the Nyayo National Stadium, the Simbas were ranked 32nd globally.
Madagascar’s Junior Makis began their U20 Barthes Trophy campaign in style, blowing away Senegal 34-3 at the Nyayo National Stadium in Nairobi on Saturday 3 July 2021. Scrum half Erica Bruno scored a converted try thirty five seconds after kickoff, pouncing on…
The Madagascar women’s national side is in Nairobi and will play hosts Kenya women’s national side popularly known as the Lionesses over two weekends in the Rugby Africa Women’s Cup at Nairobi’s Nyayo National Stadium. Madagascar touched down in Nairobi on Wednesday…
Brothers, Daniel Sikuta and Stephen Sakari start in the backrow as Kenya take on Senegal in Rugby Africa Cup Pool B action at the Nyayo National Stadium on Saturday 3 July 2021.
The Kenya Lionesses squad to face Madagascar in Saturday’s test match at the Nyayo National Stadium has been named. Joy Kendagor captains the squad that steps out for their first international fixture in two years and will be assisted by Julie Macharia….
Initially hit by travelling restrictions and closed borders due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rugby Africa was able to assist with sending the team to Kenya, while adhering to COVID-19 procedures and protocols.