NATIONAL SEVENS CIRCUIT

Pau reveals what Homeboyz is doing right

Homeboyz head coach Paul Murunga has attributed their fine run in the National 7s Circuit to good development structures at the club.
The side made history in 2016 by winning the National 7s Series. They lost the 2017 series by two points to Kabras while they are in the course of reclaiming the title in 2018.
The Deejays have had a fine star this season, winning the Prinsloo 7s, Sepetuka 7s and Kabeberi 7s.
To win Kabeberi 7s at Machakos Stadium, Homeboyz beat Nakuru 19-7 in the finals. Murunga, a former Kenya 7s assistant coach says his side has been keen on building youngsters who graduate the senior sides.
“I think we have come a long way in making a team. We have been giving the young players a chance and most of them are now our seniors players. We are still developing more young players and you saw Homeboyz ll win at sepetuka, here they finished second. The ladies also won on Friday,” he told the Scrummage
“So its more emphasis on development of young players and the team at large. I think it is our development program that is working good for us,” he added
The likes of Johnstone Olindi, Mark Wandeto, Zeden Marrow, Ben Ayimba are some of the youngsters who have impressed for the senior 7s side.

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