Kenya 7s were able to collect five points in the World 7s Series fifth leg, Las Vegas and they stayed 13th on the Series log.
Shujaa managed to score 76 points in the tournament. Paul Murunga charges only scored 12 tries and converted eight of them. The side got two yellow cards and made the least tackles, 46.
On individual stats, Daniel Taabu scored more points for Kenya than any other player in Las Vegas. The Mwamba ace scored 21 points for Kenya having dotted three tries and converted three of them.
Vincent Onyala who tops the try scorers list came second following his four tries for Kenya. Cyprian Kuto’s three tries puts him third on the log with 15 points while Bush Mwale and skipper Jacob Ojee scored crossed over for two tries each to contribute 10 points for the side.
Onyala had the most tackles made(10). Charles Omondi had eight while Ojee had seven tackles. Bush Mwale with six, Kuto and Taabu with five each, Brian Wandera, Michael Wanjala with two each and Michael Agevi with one complete the list.
The player who had most the line breaks was Onyala, who breached the line four times. Kuto managed to beat the opponent’s defence thrice while Bush Mwale, Ojee, Agevi and Taabu are also on the list.
Taabu is the player who had more runs for Kenya in the three-day event with 25. Onyala came second with 23 while Kuto, Ojee and Mwale are other names in the top five.
Kenya will be seeking to improve their performance in Vancouver 7s where they have been placed in the same pool with Fiji, Samoa and Canada.