Thursday, October 9, 2008

Focus shifts to the Sevens Circuit

With the curtain having fallen on the league and cup competitions, focus now shifts to the Western Union National Sevens Circuit ( NSC) with kicks off with the Prinsloo Nakuru Sevens at the Nakuru Athletic Club from Friday 10th October through to Saturday 11th October.

The Lions resume their hunt for silverware in Nakuru where they have been seed first in pool D that features Mean Machine, KCA and Maseno. Dennis Mwanja, Samwel "Waves" Wefwafwa and Collins Kimani are some of the players expected to lead the Lions challenge in this year's NSC. Under the tutelage of Bill Githinji, the man who led Kenya to a first ever RWC Sevens appearance at Mar de Plata, Argentina in 2001, a lot is expected from the Lions.

Prinsloo Sevens draw

Pool A: Mwamba, USIU, Moi University, Kenya Methodist University
Pool B: Impala, Daystar, Nazarene, R. Buffaloes
Pool C: Nakuru, JKUAT, Kabarak, Eldoret Exiles
Pool D: KCB, Mean Machine, KCA, Maseno
Pool E: Blakblad, Nondies, Egerton, Catholic University
Pool F: Strathmore, Quins, Uganda, Mt. Kenya University


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