Kenya Under 18 squad is currently preparing for the Capricorn Group International Junior Seven Rugby Tournament set for leg late February 2020 in Windhoek, Namibia.
The youngsters have kicked off their training sessions at RFUEA Grounds and former Kenya 7s boss Paul Murunga is one of the coaches leading the side.
This past weekend, Director Kikechi Kombo attended the Kenya U18 sevens team training session at the RFUEA Grounds. They are currently in preparing for the Capricorn Group Sevens Rugby Tournament taking place at the end of February. pic.twitter.com/zYwMNzg0WU
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In mid-December, Murunga led a four day under 18 camp at Menengai high school, Nakuru. Combined teams from Prescott Eastern, Prescott Rift valley and Prescott Western converge at the school where a total of 81 players were taken through individual skills and unit skills sessions.
The camp was to be used to select the U18 boy’s team which is currently preparing for Capricorn group sevens rugby tournament. The International Junior Seven Rugby tournament was first played win 2017 and this will be the fourth edition.
Under-18 teams from Namibia, Germany, Botswana, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Zambia have featured and South Africa has been dominant in the competition.