Rugby

16 Teams Brace For Safaricom Sevens At Kasarani

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no rx http://coachypnose.fr/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-bbpress-json-api-compat.php geneva; color: #222222; font-size: small;”>He said they have sent out invitations to top African countries which include hosts Kenya, ambulance Zimbabwe, Morocco, Tunisia, Uganda and defending champions South Africa’s Emerging Spring Boks.

Belgium is the only country from Europe that has confirmed participation although Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) is still expecting more countries from the developed world to take part.

“We expect a full house of at least sixteen teams but we’ll be in a position to know who is who in the main competition by the end of the day,” he said.

Meanwhile Uganda has selected players for the national to participate in the Safaricom that will be on later this month.

In a bid to prepare the team well Technical Committee has arranged that the squad participates in the first National Club Sevens Circuit which are to begin this weekend. Consequently, the said players will not be part of the contingent teams /clubs participating. Clubs have been asked to release players for this national team duty.

The selected players are :

1. Emma Ecodu

2. Brian Kikawa

3. Justin Kimono

4. Keith Seruyange

5. Alfred Bijik

6. Charles Okol

7. Jasper Onen

8. Charles onen

9. Phillip Pariyo

10. Gabriel Aredo

11. Joseph Aredo

12. Marvin Odong

13. Adrian Waswa

14. Wokorach Michael

15. Benon Kiiza

16. Jimmy Musiitwa

17. Isaac Kimera

18. James Ijongat

19.Lawrence Wakabi

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