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Key rugby events to look forward to
By Raga House | Mon 27 May, 2019 09:33

The 2018/19 Kenya Rugby league season ended on Saturday with the Kenya Cup and Enterprise Cup finals and here is what you can look forward to in the next few months:  

June 1
Paris 7s: Kenya 7s to play Australia, South Africa and Wales as they seek to avoid relegation.
Eric Situma Cup: At Nakuru Athletics Club hosted by Top Fry Nakuru RFC from 8am.
KUSA 7s Pwani Leg: Varsity sides including Mean Machine, Blak Blad converge in Mombasa for the second leg of the 2019 circuit.
Prescott Cup: Third festival at Alliance High for Nairobi region

June 8
Prescott Cup: Third festival at RVA for Nairobi region
Prescott Cup: Western region semis

June 15
KUSA 7s at Kibabii University. This will be the third stop.

June 22
Elgon Cup at Kisumu’s Mamboleo Stadium. Kenya Simbas to host Uganda Cranes.

June 28 
Zanzibar Beach rugby in Zanzibar, Tanzania.

June 29
KUSA 7s at Moi University, Eldoret. The penultimate round of the 2019 varsities circuit. 

July 6 
Embu 7s at Njukiri Showground in Embu County. Several Kenya Cup sides expected to grace the event that will be used as preps for the national sevens circuit.

KUSA 7s at University of Nairobi main campus. The last leg of the 2019 hosted by Mean Machine.

July 9
World Rugby U20 Trophy in Brazil: Kenya U20 vs Uruguay kick-off at 11pm.

July 12
World Rugby U20 Trophy in Brazil: Kenya vs RAN- 11pm

July 13
Proposed date for Elgon Cup return leg in Kampala, Uganda between hosts Uganda Cranes and Kenya Simbas. 

July 17
World Rugby U20 Trophy in Brazil:  Kenya U20 vs Japan. 6pm

July 20
Kakamega 7s at the Bull Ring. First leg of the 2019 National Sevens Circuit.

July 27
Kabeberi 7s hosted by Mwamba. The host Club will communicate the actual venue. Last year it was held at the Machakos Stadium.

August 9
African Qualifiers, in South Africa, for the Women’s Rugby World Cup: Kenya Lionesses vs Madagascar

August 10
Dala 7s in Kisumu. Third leg of the national sevens circuit.

August 13
African Qualifiers, in South Africa, for the Women’s Rugby World Cup: Kenya vs Uganda

August 17
African Qualifiers, in South Africa, for the Women’s Rugby World Cup: South Africa vs Kenya

Prinsloo 7s: Fourth leg of the 2019 national sevens circuit to be held at Nakuru Athletics Club.

August 31 
Christie 7s: Fifth leg of the 2019 national sevens circuit at Quins by Kenya Harlequin.

September 7
Driftwood 7s: Sixth and final leg of the 2019 national sevens circuit at Mombasa Sports Club by Mombasa RFC.

October 12
Africa Women 7s in Tunisia: Kenya Lionesses will be in action as they seek to qualify for Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

October 19
Impala Floodies expected to kick-off around this time. Impala Saracens expected to confirm dates for the biggest pre-season tournament in Kenya.

November 8
Africa Men’s 7s in South Africa: Kenya 7s will return to South Africa to seek Tokyo 2020 Olympics games qualification after missing the series route. 

November 16
2019/20 Kenya Cup, Championship, ESS, Nationwide leagues expected to kick-off around this time. KRU to confirm dates.

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