After confirming Paul Feeney’s exit, Kenya Rugby Union are now in search of Kenyan Nationality to take over the Kenya 7s role.
In an advertisement published on their website, they are in search of a Coach with three years of experience as a Head Coach in a division one club and should posses a World Rugby Level 2 coaching certification.
“The Board of the Union is desirous of filling the position of the Head Coach, Kenya Sevens National
Team reporting to the Director of Rugby for the effective overall management of the Kenya Sevens Team.
The appointed person will coach the team, on and off the field, to a standard of excellence, demonstrating
a significant improvement over each annual period of centralization, enhancing the reputation of the Kenya Rugby Union,” reads part of the statement.
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“Who were are looking for: A Kenyan National with a minimum of 3 years of experience as a Head Coach in a division one club/Elite Squad and a minimum World Rugby Level 2 coaching certification in either sevens or fifteens
rugby,” the statement adds.
“All applications must be submitted no later than 19th June 2020 and addressed to the Chief Executive
Officer, Kenya Rugby Union at email@example.com. Applicants should attach all World Rugby Certifications. They must also provide a detailed Curriculum.”
Feeney parted ways with Kenya 7s after just months. He came in as a replacement to Paul Murunga who lead the side in 2018/19.