Homeboyz RFC To Launch Title Defence At Inaugural Kakamega 7s

Jul 08 - by SPN Correspondent for SportPesa News

Sevens series holders headline Pool A at the event that replaces the Sepetuka leg they hosted in 2017 and last year

Kisumu County Governor, Prof. Anyang' Nyong'o does a jig with Homeboyz RFC players when they won the Dala 7s in the lake side city last season. PHOTO/File

  • The series champions Homeboyz headline Pool A of the inaugural Kakamega 7 that will be played on July 20 and 21 at the venue christened Bull Ring with Impala Saracens RFC, Menengai Oilers RFC and home side Western providing formidable opposition
  • Top Fry Nakuru RFC is in Pool D alongside Kenya Harlequins RFC, Strathmore Leos and Egerton Wasps with Division one matches kicking off at 9am local time (+3GMT)

NAIROBI, Kenya- The 2019 Stanbic Bank National Sevens Circuit kicks off with the Kakamega 7s leg that will be hosted by Western Bulls RFC and Kabras Sugar RFC in 2019 and 2020.

This leg replaces the Sepetuka 7s leg that was hosted by Homeboyz RFC in 2017 and last year.

The series champions Homeboyz headline Pool A of the inaugural Kakamega 7 that will be played on July 20 and 21 at the venue christened Bull Ring with Impala Saracens RFC, Menengai Oilers RFC and home side Western providing formidable opposition.

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Mwamba and hosts of the second leg headline Pool B where they will take on Nondescripts RFC, Mean Machine RFC and the invitational side Kisumu RFC. Pool C comprises of KCB RFC, Kabras Sugar RFC, Kisii RFC and University side Masinde Muliro.

Top Fry Nakuru RFC is in Pool D alongside Kenya Harlequins RFC, Strathmore Leos and Egerton Wasps with Division one matches kicking off at 9am local time (+3GMT).