20th-22nd Sept 2013:
Safaricom Rugby Sevens:
At Moi International Stadium, Kasarani
The tournament format for the 18th edition of the Safari com Sevens has now changed and will feature 20 teams following the incorporation of the clubs category into the main tournament.
Subsequently, the top seven sides at the recently concluded Safaricom Sevens Series will slug it out with thirteen other local and international sides for the Robin Cahill trophy awarded to the overall tournament winners at the close of business on Sunday 22 September 2013.
Team Uganda has promised to put up a brave fight better than last year’s showing.
The tournament draw and order of play will be released and Kawowo Sports recommits itself to letting you know prior the kick-off on Friday.
Communications giants, Safaricom announced a Kshs 140 million deal which will cover the Sevens series and the annual Safaricom 7s tourney.
Safaricom Sevens Participating Teams:
England Royals, Australia Renegades, Belgium, Zambia, Uganda, Grenoble, Samurai, Western Province, Rwanda,Botswana, Shujaa, Morans, Kenya Sevens Academy, KCB, Quins, Impala, Mwamba, Homeboyz, Nakuru, Western Bulls.
Some of the Team Squads:
Emmanuel Ecodu , Ezekiel Okol ,Asuman Mugerwa ,Govule Ramathan, Justin Kimono, James Ijongat – Jimmy Musitwa ,Benon Kiiza ,Alfred Bijik, Keith Seruyange, Philip Pariyo Jasper Ochen Tolbert Onyango (Coach), Michael Keb Aleku (Physio) and Ronnie Lutakome (Manager)
Kenya U19 Squad:
Herman Humwa, Tony Khadambi, Nelson Mandela, Mike Wanjala, Martin Wanjila, Bryan Wandera, Max Kangeri, Felix Ojow, Jeremy Mwambu, Victor Shigholi, Innocent Mukenya, Allan Odiyo, Kevin Masai, Peter Karia Paul Murunga (COACH), John Mbai (ASSISTANT COACH) and Nick Abala (TEAM MANAGER).
Oscar Ouma ,Patrice Agunda, Michael Agevi, Philip Wamae, Andrew Wamae, Lavin Asego, Sidney Ashioya
Michael Wanjala, Eden Agero, Oscar Ayodi, Billy Odhiambo, Cyprian Kuto and Felix Ayange
Chenge, Sikuta,Omondi Charles , Mulama Tony Owuor, Lugonzo, Olando- Captain, Keegan ,Mugaisi
Mukidza, Asego Chris,Tony Onyango and Injera Collin