Kenya at the 2018 South Africa sevens

It was new coach Paul Murunga’s second outing. Kenya was still without veterans like Collins Injera, Willy Ambaka, Oscar Ouma and Bill Odhiambo who were not available for various reasons. In a further setback, Jeff Oluoch who had been the leading scorer a weak earlier in Dubai, suddenly left the camp. No explanation was offered

 

 


Cyprian Kuto in action against England

Group Stage

England 29 Kenya 12 (HT 12 – 7)

Tries:
C Kuto 4′,
L Mugaisi 8′
T Mitchell 2′ & 14′
Conv
E Agero 4′

Fiji 38 Kenya 7 (HT 24 – 0)

Tries
V Onyala 12′

Conv
E Agero 12′

France 19 – Kenya 12 (HT 12 – 5)

Tries
AO Otieno 2′

Conv
Agero

Challenge Trophy Quarter Finals

Argentina 34 Kenya 31 (HT 24 – 5)

Tries
L Mugaisi 9′
AO Otieno 11′
V Onyala 12′
J Olindi 14′
S Motari 16′

Conv
D Taabu 11′ & 13′ & 14′

13th Place Semi Final

Zimbabwe 19 – Kenya 31

Tries
J Olindi 2′
D Taabu 5′
D Ombachi 7′
V Onyala 9′ & 11′

Conv

D Taabu 3′ & 6′
J Olindi 9′

13th Place Playoff

Wales 26 – Kenya 33 (HT 19 – 12)

Tries
J Olindi 1′ & 9′ & 11′
C Kuto 8′
L Mugaisi 13′

Conv

D Taabu 1′ & 9′ & 11′ & 13′

 


Leonard Mugaisi racing away from Dan Norton of England

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