It couldn't have been a better day for KCB at Cristie 7s, the fifth and penultimate leg of the Stanbic Bank National Sevens Circuit on Sunday 1 September, 2019, as, other than win the title, the team provided a list of individual performers.
Levy Amunga, their off season acquisition from Blak Blad, was named joint top scorer and top point scorer and was ultimately named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) at the close of the event at RFUEA grounds taking over from last year's winner; Ugandan Solomon Okia from Kenya Harlequin.
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With all individual awards in the bag, Amunga follows on the steps of team mate Vincent Onyala who scooped all awards at Kakamega 7s and Dala 7s. Other than Onyala, the other MVP's this season have been from Mwamba; Billy Odhiambo (Kabeberi 7s) and Mike Okello (Prinsloo 7s).
In being best at Christie's, Amunga made the dream team with three of his team mates; Andrew Amonde, Geoffrey Okwach and Mike Wanjala. Prinsloo MVP Okello also made the list with team mate Tony Omondi.
Monate Akuei of Nakuru, who also made the Prinsloo 7s dream team completes the list.
None of the players named in 2018 Christie 7s dream team returned to the list.
2019 Christie 7s dream team
Andrew Amonde (KCB)
Monate Akuei (Nakuru RFC)
Mike Okello (Mwamba RFC)
Mike Wanjala (KCB)
Tony Omondi (Mwamba RFC)
Levi Amunga (KCB)
Geoffrey Okwach (KCB)
Christie 7s individual Awards
MVP – Levy Amunga (KCB)
Top try scorers – Levy Amunga (KCB) & Mark Wandeto (Homeboyz)
Top point scorer - Levy Amunga (KCB)