Kenya 7s got seven points in the third leg of the World 7s Series– Hamilton 7s and Johnstone Olindi has maintained the lead on the list of Shujaa’s top points scorers, top try scorers and most offloads made in the 2018/19 season.
The youngster bagged two tries in New Zealand and they have propelled him to 55 points. The 19-year-old is 26th on the overall list of top points scorers in the 2018/19 World 7s series.
The Homeboyz RFC ace tops Shujaa’s try scorers lists with nine, the offloads list with 12 and the most runs made with a total of 48.
Daniel Taabu is second on the list of top points scorers with 45 points after bagging a total 18 points in Hamilton 7s.
Third on Shujaa’s scorer’s list is Vincent Onyala who got 15 points at Hamilton which puts him at 35. The fourth and fifth slots remain unchanged, and they are held by Leonard Mugaisi and Dennis Ombachi who did not travel with the side.
Jacob Ojee who impressed on return and emerged as Kenya’s top scorer in Hamilton with five tries is placed sixth on the log with 25 points.
Homeboyz RFC star Cyprian Kuto had most offloads for Kenya 7s (five) in Hamilton.
He is followed Olindi, Bush Mwale and Onyala who made four each in Hamilton 7s while Brian Wandera (2), Daniel Taabu and Harold Anduvat have one each.
Ojee also topped the list of most tackles made in Hamilton 7s. He made a total of 16 tackles while Bush Mwale managed 13 tackles. Brian Wahinya, Harold Anduvate and Onyala had seven each.