NATIONAL SEVENS CIRCUIT

Homeboyz crowned Sepetuka 7s kings

Homeboyz have been crowned champions at the second edition of the Sepetuka 7s after a 25-0 rout of Mwamba Rugby Club. 
The 2016 circuit winners got their points courtesy of five unconverted tries as Mwamba failed to register any points.
In the duel staged at the Eldoret Sports Club this Sunday 29 July 2018,the Deejays braved the wet conditions to stamp their authority early in the first half as halfback Michael Wanjala went over the chalk but Johnstone Olindi’s conversion attempt would hit the upright.
Olindi would gather the ball from Matt Wanjia’s kick before setting up Charles Omondi who went over the chalk for a 10-0 Homeboyz lead.
Olindi who was having a great game went over the right corner for Homeboyz’ third of the match before Mark Wandeto and Stanley Isogol stretched their lead to 25-0 with two unconverted tries .
KCB claim bronze
After a fourth place finish at last weekend’s Prinsloo 7s, KCB settled for bronze in Eldoret thanks to a 15-7 win over Nondies .
The bankers got their points on board through three unconverted tries against Nondies’ solitary touch down which was converted.
Meanwhile, despite the skies opening up, Kabras Sugar saw off MMUST 19-12 in an all Kakamega affair to claim 5th position.
The Edwin Achayo coached side scored their tries through Fabian Olando and Aluda Beda who scored twice.
Dominic Osino completed three successful conversions as MMUST bagged a consolation courtesy of skipper Samwel Mbeche.
Three tries and two conversions saw Menengai Oilers overcome a resilient Blak Blad side to scoop the Challenge Trophy with a 19-14 win.
Kenya Harlequins ended the tournament at 13th position after overcoming Kisumu RFC 45-0.
13th Place Final
Kisumu RFC 0-45 Kenya Harlequin
Challenge Trophy Final
Menengai Oilers 19-14 Blak Blad
Fifth Place Final
Kabras Sugar 19-12 MMUST
Third Place Playoff
KCB 15-7 Nondies
Cup Final
Homeboyz 25-0 Mwamba

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