Just like in 2017, Kenya 7s managed just three points from the second leg – Cape Town 7s, which puts them at four points after two rounds of the World 7s Series.
Kenya who picked two wins on day two to finish 13th in Cape Town are placed 14th on the log. Japan and Zimbabwe are placed bottom.
Two final appearances in the opening two legs put Mike Friday’s USA top on the log with 38 points. Dubai 7s champions New Zealand are third with 37 points while Cape Town Champions Fiji are placed third with 35 points.
England sits fourth, a point above Series defending Champions South Africa who have collected 29 points after the two rounds.
The series takes a break and will resume in late January with the teams expected to battle it out in Hamilton 7s.
The #HSBC7s standings after two rounds of 10
Next round will be Hamilton, New Zealand, on January 26-27 pic.twitter.com/0h2ZJsAGcz
— World Rugby Sevens (@WorldRugby7s) December 9, 2018