Philip Kwame of Nakuru RFC and Shaban Ahmed of Mwamba RFC took home top individual honors at the close of Prinsloo Sevens on Sunday 22 July 2018 after being named Most Valuable Player (MVP) and top point scorer, respectively.
Outstanding Kwame played a vital part in seeing Nakuru emerge top of a group D that had defending champions KCB with an unbeaten streak and on day two led the team to a sixth place finish after exiting the main contest at the quarterfinal stage.
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KCB fly half Shaban Ahmed came out as the top point scorer with 64 of the 101 points scored by the deposed champions who eventually settled for fourth place.
Shaban's 64 points was amassed from ten touchdowns and seven conversions. From his exemplary showing where he contributed to 63 percent of points scored by KCB, Shaban was inevitably named to the Prinsloo Sevens dream team. He was the MVP at Prinsloo in 2017.
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Second on the point scorers list was Homeboyz electric fast winger Mark Wandetto who grounded nine tries and added a conversion to end up with 47 points. Mark Kwemoi of Impala was third best with 4 points from three tires and 1 conversions.
Samuel Asati of KCB was named as the most promising player at the tournament.