WORLD SEVENS SERIES

Kenya 7s raring to go after Dubai, Cape Town lessons

Kenya 7s skipper Eden Agero believes that the squad that traveled for the opening legs of the World 7s Series picked vital lessons and they are raring to go.
In the opening leg, Dubai 7s, Kenya finished without any win to get one point. During Cape Town 7s they suffered defeats to England, Fiji and France.
On day two Kenya lost to Argentina 34-31 in the Challenge Trophy quarter-finals but picked their first win of the 2018/2019 World Rugby Sevens Series humbling Zimbabwe 31-17 in the semi-final for a 13th place. They later beat Wales 33-26 to finish 13th at the Cape Town 7s.
Commenting on their performance, Agero said the side has gained valuable lessons and they are hungrier than before.
“We have had a fairly young squad and the good thing is that they have the hunger to win. As a team, we are picking up the lessons as we move on to the next tournament,” Agero told KRU official portal.
Shujaa are now placed 14th after they collected three points from Cape Town for the sum of their four points.
Kenya have been pooled alongside South Africa, Scotland, France.

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