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Kenya 7s legend Kayange predicts bright future for Mwamba

Former Kenya 7s captain Humphrey Kayange has foreseen a bright feature at his former club Mwamba RFC in the 7s game.
Kayange says majority of the players at the club are youngsters and they can form a formidable side in future if they stick together.
Good for us
“In terms of 7s we have few young guys coming through. They had two teams so in terms of this (those who played the circuit) and players who are not there who are all young, its really good for us in terms of development. If they stick together for the next two to three season they might produce great results,” Kayange told Scrummage.
The Singapore 7s winner with Kenya 7s believes that focus, hard work and teamwork was the reason behind their good run in the 7s Circuit
“It has been a fantastic season for Mwamba. Coming from last season where we finished ninth, the young players have come together, focused and done the training at high yards and you have seen them reach four finals. It was unfortunate we could not get ourselves together after loss to South African side but for the young squad it is very positive and gives you more belief to train harder and try to win more finals as we strive to the 7s cicuit champions” said Kayange.
Good results
Mwamba RFC posted good results to finish second in the concluded 2018 Circuit. Courtesy of the young guys, Mwamba RFC managed to reach four finas out of six circuits and won Dala 7s
A couple of players, Skipper Eliakim Kichoi and Daniel Taabu, posted brilliant individual performance with Taabu being pinned as the most valuable player and also scooped top points award.
Kichoi, Taabu, Ronnie Omondi, Matt Wanjia, Collins Injera & Billy Odhiambo were selected to be part of the 2018/2019 Provisional Shujaa squad following their exemplary performance. Kichoi and Taabu have been drafted in the 7s squad that will represent Kenya in the Africa Cup 7s next weekend.

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