Watch How Kenya 7s Players Are Giving Women Sleepless Nights In Australia (VIDEO)

After an impressive outing in Hong Kong 7s tournament last weekend, Kenya 7’s players have embarked on giving women sleepless nights through their mad dance moves as they enjoy their stay in Gold coast, Australia.

The Shujaa team are in Gold coast for the ongoing Commonwealth games which will see them tackle Canada (3:15am) New Zealand (7:17am) and Zambia (1:27pm) on Saturday, 14th April 2017.

In a video posted on Instagram by Jeff Oluoch, three Shujaa players featuring Augustine Lugonzo and Nelson Oyoo showcase their mad smooth dancing skills.

Wearing matching green blazers and khaki pants, the three have caused a social media meltdown from the ladies who can’t stop but bask in their toned muscles.

Check out the video below.

Below are some of the reactions from their fans.

  • tynnahodhiambo Fine moves there…which song is that though?
  • renukanandini nice moves 😉
  • nana_taurus I love the moves ❤️
  • realtinnah This Boys 😘😘
  • ivy_rahel @agnessnao i will die soon at this rate.. olivia sent the same thing.. but whyyyyy??????

Lugonzo out for 3 months

Kenya Sevens player Augustine Lugonzo has been ruled out for three months with an ankle injury. The fly-half will therefore miss the Dubai and Port Elizabeth legs of the 2014-15 IRB Sevens Series in December.

His injury is a huge blow to the Kenya Sevens team as he was Kenya’s ranked player at the just concluded Gold Coast Sevens. The Homeboyz player, who made three tries and conversion at Gold Coast, amassed 29 points and was the 15th best player overall.

Another player Maxwell Theuri of Kenya Harlequins will also be out for two months as he has to undergo surgery on his knee.

Kenya Sevens coach Paul Treu also confirmed that Fabian Olando’s injury is not that serious and he will be fit for the next two series.

– The Star.

 

GOLD COAST 7s Round Up: Kenya lose in Shield final, Fiji crowned winners

The Kenya Sevens had a disappointing outing in the first tournament of the 2014-15 IRB Sevens World Series. Kenya was relegated to Shield after finishing 3rd in Pool B following loses to Wales (19-24) and South Africa (0-45) and a 42-0 win over minnows American Samoa.

Kenya’s hopes of a higher finishing were dented once again when they lost 17-19 to Portugal in the Bowl quarters but all the same managed to reach the finals of the Shield after defeating Japan 17-15 in the semi-finals. The final was a reflection of how the tournament has been for Kenya as they lost 7-40 to Canada.

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Augustine Lugonzo Kenya evading a tackle from Pentateuch Vaki of American Samoa. The Homeboyz player was the highest ranked (15th) Kenyan player in the tournament with 29 points. Lugonzo led Kenya in tries (3) and conversions (6). Other Kenyan players who registered tries are Leonard Mugaisi (3), Bush Mwale (3), Michael Wanjala (2), Alex Olaba, Jacob Ojee, Maxwell Theuri, Oliver Mangeni and Fabian Olando. PHOTO: the-star.co.ke

Fiji won the Main Cup after defeating Samoa 31-24 and hence meant that they have won three of the last four editions of the Gold Coast Sevens. The Fijians got the finals after topping pool C courtesy of wins over Scotland (40-7), Portugal (38-0) and Australia (35-12) before overcoming Wales (31-10) and England (48-7) in the quarters and semi-finals respectively.

England finished 3rd after defeating South Africa 19-0.

Kenya have ample time to prepare for the next tournament of the Series which would be held in Dubai on the weekend of 5th and 6th December and they will be keen to make amends after finishing 14th with just 2 points.

Other results from Gold Sevens are as follows:

POOL STAGE

POOL A

New Zealand 36-7 France

Samoa 40-14 Japan

New Zealand 59-0 Japana

Samoa 19-12 France

France 33-14 Japan

New Zealand 28-17 Samoa

POOL B

South Africa 19-12 Wales

Kenya 42-0 American Samoa

South Africa 48-0 American Samoa

Kenya 19-24 Wales

Wales 36-0 American Samoa

South Africa 45-0 Kenya

POOL C

Fiji 40-7 Scotland

Australia 29-0 Portugal

Fiji 38-0 Portugal

Australia 24-14 Scotland

Scotland 21-21 Portugal

Fiji 35-12 Australia

POOL D

England 19-21 Argentina

Canada 15-17 United States

England 14-7 United States

Canada 12-14 Argentina

Argentina 26-12 United States

England 19-12 Canada

BOWL QUARTERS

France 21-19 Canada

Scotland 24-12 American Samoa

United States 25-5 Japan

Kenya 17-19 Portugal

SHIELD SEMI-FINALS

Canada 50-0 American Samoa

Japan 15-17 Kenya

SHIELD FINALS

Canada 40-7 Kenya

BOWL SEMI-FINALS

France 26-0 Scotland

United States 33-0 Portugal

BOWL FINALS

France 15-31 United States

MAIN CUP QUARTERS

New Zealand 7-31 England

Fiji 31-10 Wales

Argentina 21-24 Samoa

South Africa 12-10 Australia

PLATE SEMI-FINALS

New Zealand 39-5 Wales

Argentina 21-17 Australia

PLATE FINALS

New Zealand 36-21 Argentina

MAIN CUP SEMI-FINALS

England 7-48 Fiji

Samoa 28-12 South Africa

THIRD-PLACE MATCH

England 19-0 South Africa

MAIN CUP FINALS

Fiji 31-24 Samoa

FINAL RANKINGS AND POINTS

1. Fiji – 22

2. Samoa – 19

3. England – 17

4. South Africa – 15

5. New Zealand – 13

6. Argentina – 12

7. Australia – 10

8. Wales – 10

9. United States – 8

10. France – 7

11. Portugal – 5

12. Scotland – 5

13. Canada – 3

14. Kenya – 2

15. Japan – 1

16. American Samoa – 1