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Shujaa wrapped up their Malaga7s campaign in the 13th place semifinal where they lost 17-26 to Japan.

Levi Amunga landed a brace in the first half of the match, both conversions sailing wide while Japan also dotted down twice through Kazuma Nakagawa’s brace with Taiga Ishida adding the extras for a 10-14 halftime score in favour of Japan.

Levi Amunga lands Shujaa’s first try over the Japan in the Malaga7s, 13th place SF

In the second half, Shun Tomonaga and Shotaro Tsuoka landed a try each, with Ryota Kano converting Shun’s try.

Johnstone Olindi landed Shujaa’s third try but it was a little too late as the buzzer had gone marking the end of this match. Tony Omondi added the extras for a 17-26 full-time score to Japan.

Vincent Onyala was Kenya’s top try-scorer at the Malaga 7s as he landed a total of six tries.

From Malaga, they now head to North West to Seville for the fourth leg of the HSBC World Sevens Series which runs from Friday 28th to Sunday 30th January. They have been pooled alongside Australia, Canada, and Scotland, of the three, Shujaa met Canada in the Malaga7s Pool stages and Scotland in the 9th place quarterfinal.



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