The season’s circuit currently comprises 6 tournaments in 6 cities and towns across Kenya
The circuit, played every year since 1999 and now entering its 21st edition and it’s referred to as the Stanbic Bank National Sevens Circuit. It is an annual series of rugby Sevens tournaments run by the Kenya Rugby Union in conjunction with host clubs featuring teams from across the country. Teams compete for the National Sevens Circuit title by accumulating points based on their finishing position in each tournament. The season’s circuit currently comprises 6 tournaments in 6 cities and towns across Kenya.
The caravan will head to the Capital City for the second leg of the Circuit, The George Mwangi Sevens at the RFUEA Grounds on the 27 th and 28 th of the same month hosted by Stanbic Mwamba. August 3 rd and 4 th the circuit will take a break before resuming to action on the 10 th and 11 th of August for the Dala7s at the Mamboleo Showground ASK followed by the Prinsloo7s on the 17 th and 18 th of August at the Nakuru Athletics Club.
On 31 st August-1 st September the Kenya Harlequins will host the penultimate round, at the RFUEA Grounds before teams wrap up the Stanbic Bank National Sevens Circuit in Mombasa for the Driftwood7s on the 7 th and 8 th of September.
Menengai Cream Homeboyz RFC are the Circuit defending Champions having picked up four titles: Prinsloo7s, Kabeberi7s, Sepetuka7s and the Christie7s. Stanbic Mwamba finished second overall after finishing as the runners’ up in three finals and picking up one win at the Dala7s.
Stanbic Bank National Sevens Circuit Dates and Venues
20 th / 21 st July – Kakamega 7s, Bull Ring Kakamega
27 th / 28 th July – Kabeberi7s, RFUEA Grounds
3 rd / 4 th August – BREAK
10 th / 11 th August – Dala 7s, Mamboleo Showground ASK
17 th / 18 th August – Prinsloo7s, Nakuru Athletics Club
24th / 25 th August – BREAK
31 st August / 1 st September – Christie7s, RFUEA Grounds
7 th / 8 th September – Driftwood7s, Mombasa Sports Club
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