Kenya 7s players with President Uhuru Kenyatta at State House. Photo courtesy

Kenya 7s head coach Paul Feeney will present a strong side in the coming World Rugby series tomorrow.
Shujaa kick-off the Hamilton 7s against England at 2.41am EAT on Saturday Jan 25. Their second game Will be against Japan at 8.08am before taking on South Africa at 2.13am on Sunday morning.
Kenya 7s is in pool B of the third round of 2020 HSBC World Sevens Series, Hamilton 7s , going down this weekend in New Zealand.
Among the notable names in the squad is Collins Injera who has been caped 79 times and the team will be looking forward to draw experience from him to fuel their victory. Injera streams in a vast experience having been part of the Kenyan Squad which stunned Fijii to win Singapore 7s in 2016.

Collins Injera in a past 7s series action Photo courtesy


Alvin Otieno is a new notable name in the squad having been caped six times. “Water Buffalo” as he is reffered by many rugby lovers brings the excitement needed in the game with a number of fans as well as players banking on his speed and strength to earn team Kenya a number of tries.
Speaking to WR, Collins Injera and Willy Ambaka who are the most experienced of the 13 man list, said it will be all about having fun and raising the Kenyan flag high.
“It’s all about having fun, trying to enjoy every moment that we get representing our country.” Noted Ambaka

Kenya 7s taking on South Africa team Photo Getty images

Kenya 7s Squad for Hamilton 7s
1.Daniel Taabu(11) 2.Bush Mwale (31) 3.Alvin Otieno (6) 4.Vincent Onyala (11) 5.Billy Odhiambo (44) 6.Jeff Oluoch (18) 7.Geoffrey Okwach (D) 8.Andrew Amonde (72) 9.Nelson Oyoo (34) 10.Johnstone Olindi (11) 11.Collins Injera (79) 12. Willy Ambaka (47) 13.Herman Humwa (11)


Hamilton 7s Fixtures(Kenyan time)
Saturday Jan 25, 2020
Ireland v Canada 1.57am
France v Spain 2.15am
Kenya v England 2.41am
South Africa v Japan 3.03am
Argentina v Australia 3.25am
Fiji v Samoa 3.47am
Scotland v USA 4.09am
New Zealand v Wales 4.31am
Ireland v Spain 7.24am
France v Canada 7.46am
Kenya v Japan 8.08am
South Africa v England 8.30am
Argentina v Samoa 9.05am
Fiji v Australia 9.35am
Scotland v Wales 10.05am
New Zealand v USA 10.33am


Sunday Jan 26
Canada v Spain 1.07am
France v ireland 1.29am
England v Japan 1.51am
South Africa v Kenya 2.13am
Australia v Samoa 2.35am
USA v Wales 3.19am
New Zealand v Scotland 3.41am

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