Kenya 7s Technical Director Paul Feeney has revealed his plans for the team during this period when events have been postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Training sessions for both the National Team and Clubs have been put on hold with Kenya 7s players quarantine period set to end next week.
The team is also set to be out of action for a longer period after the World Rugby announced the provisional postponement of the London and Paris 7s to September while Hong Kong and Singapore 7s has been moved to October.
Feeney who took charge of the team before the start of the season believes that the team needs to keep the shape. He is thinking of having more game situations in the sessions and video sessions to help the team improve and have match fitness.
“We have to rethink our plans going forward and as a group, we will need to have more game situation training sessions within this time. We’re looking at dividing the whole squad into different teams where they’ll play against each other and then we will have video analysis sessions to see how to improve ourselves,” Feeney is quoted by KRU.
The team has struggled in 2020 missing the quarters in the last two tournaments. They have picked 10 points in the last three tournaments.