The Kenya men’s and women’s sevens Head Coaches Innocent Simiyu and Kevin Wambua have named their squads for their sides’ upcoming assignments at the Commonwealth Games and the Sevens World Series legs in Hong Kong and .
Simiyu has made two changes to the side that reached the cup final at the HSBC Sevens World Series leg in Canada, handing a debut to Ian Minjire while Augustine Lugonzo returns after missing out in North America due to personal commitments. They replace Samuel Ng’ethe and Erick Ombasa.
The Lionesses have named twelve players for the HSBC Women’s Sevens World Series qualifiers in Hong Kong but will have thirteen players in Gold Coast when Stacy Awuor links up with the team there.
Oscar Ouma (Top Fry Nakuru, Captain), Samuel Oliech (Resolution Impala Saracens), Andrew Amonde (KCB), Willy Ambaka (SportPesa Quins), Daniel Sikuta (Kabras Sugar), Arthur Owira (KCB), Collins Injera (Mwamba), Eden Agero (SportPesa Quins), Billy Odhiambo (Mwamba), Jeff Oluoch (Menengai Cream Homeboyz), Nelson Oyoo (Top Fry Nakuru), Ian Minjire* (Resolution Impala Saracens), Augustine Lugonzo (Menengai Cream Homeboyz) Management: Innocent Simiyu (HEAD COACH), Will Webster (ASSISTANT COACH), Geoffrey Kimani (CONDITIONING COACH), Lamech Francis Bogonko (PHYSIO), Erick Ogweno (TEAM MANAGER)
Lionesses squad to Hong Kong and Gold Coast
Philadelphia Olando (Captain), Sheila Chajira (Vice Captain), Grace Adhiambo, Judith Auma, Sinaida Aura, Doreen Remour, Celestine Masinde, Linet Moraa, Rachel Mbogo, Janet Owino, Janet Okello, Camila Cynthia, Stacy Awuor * ( Stacy Awuor to link up with the squad in Gold Coast) MANAGEMENT: Kevin Wambua (HEAD COACH), Samuel Njogu (CONDITIONING COACH), Ben Mahinda ( PHYSIO), Camilyne Oyuayo (TEAM MANAGER)