Mwamba lead the Kenya Rugby Football Union Seven’s Circuit table after the opening two tournaments in Nakuru and Nairobi.
The Black Shirts who were beaten 12-0 by the eventual winners of the George Mwangi Kabeberi Memorial 7’s at the weekend in Nairobi have 42 points. Nakuru, winners of the Kabeberi 7’s now have 38 points, Impala 34 and Kenya Commercial Bank 28.
Last year’s KRFU National 7’s circuit champions Kenya Harlequin have 14 points. The circuit resumes on October 13-14 with the Kenya Harlequin Christie Sevens at the Rugby Football Union of East Africa ground before moving to Mombasa for the final leg which is the Driftwood Sevens on October 20-21.
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