Ugandans Joseph Aredo, Phillip Wokorach and Solomon Okia shined in Kenya Christie sevens, all scoring vital tries that aided their sides.
Kenya Harlequins’ Joseph Aredo scored a try even though Nakuru frustrated his side to finish third in the tournament.
Aredo’s try helped Quins reduce the points-gap to two in the second half but Don Aluoch’s final touch propelled Nakuru.
Solomon Okia also contributed to Harlequins’ 19-7 win over Oilers to reach the cup semis earlier on.
The former Buffaloes star scored a last gasp try that put Quins 19-7 up at the death after Aredo had just converted Eric Shikuku’s try to level the scores.
Phillip Wokorach who was named most valuable player of the Christie sevens helped his side defend the title, scoring two tries and converting twice as his side defeated Impala Saracens.
Wokorach side-stepped his way to the try line for the first try, Tanga missing the conversion. He later slotted through twice as Impala suffered 19-7 loss.
Can we buy Wakorach to play for Kenya? Too much rugby talent in one man! #Christie7s
— Kamande Wambui (@Kamandeh_) October 15, 2017
Wakorach is on fire… #Christie7s
— Abner Fundi (@AbnerFundi) October 15, 2017
Earlier on, Wokorach had scored two tries in their 19-12 win over Nakuru.