Tanzia; Picha za marehemu Tony Onyango aliyekuwa mchezaji wa 7s

Kilio na wingu la simanzi limetanda katika familia ya mpira wa raga humu nchini baada ya kupokea habari za kifo cha mchezaji shupavu Tony Onyango.

Tony alichezea timu ya Simba kwa muda wa miaka sita, mchezaji huyo alizirai nyumbani kwake na kuaga dunia.

TANZIA: Mchezaji wa Shujaa 7s Tony Onyango aaga dunia

Baada ya kuchezea Simba alichezea timu za Impala, Strathmore, Homeboyz na kabla ya kifo chake alikuwa anachezea timu ya KCB. Kulingana na habari mchezaji huyo alizirai na kfariki papo hapo.


Ameacha mjane na mtoto mmoja, rafikiye Jimmy Munene aliandika ujumbe wa rambirambi akisema.

“What is this pattern that is becoming the first week of March😭. Tony Onyango Baba Shane rest well brother, I thank God for gifting us with your presence. My Condolences to your young family, Maria and Shane.

Our journey goes back to primary school, can’t remember whether was a class or 2 ahead of you. Then reunited with rugby after high school. One thing that stood out from our last conversation was your changing view of how to support the game and Simba’s by extension. During the trials last year you passed at the chance of joining the team as you were categorical that you needed to manage your load and rest, noting that you were stretched in 2018 into 2019. A very noble and honest opinion not what you hear from your modern day player. Leaving the conversation with I will be back to support the journey to France whether as a player or otherwise.


Then you’d show up once in a while to support the young KCB cubs Kimwele & Co at training stating indeed they were the today & tomorrow (you believed in them), we’d chat about sports marketing, player branding, growth of players on and off the pitch, raising the brands of our players something you hoped for the next generation. We talked about Decathlon where you worked then and how you could support the Simba’s. Progressive talk.

Shine on your way brother, now our guardian angel. Connect the energies for us, link the systems for us. Thank you the memories in that Simba’s Jersey, I was a big fan, made it look so easy and sweet. RIP brother #Simba.” Aliandika.

Hizi ni baadhi ya picha zake





Shujaa:Tazama mchango wa Marehemu Tony Onyango katika raga ya kenya

Mchezaji wa raga ya wachezaji saba kila upande Tony Onyango ameaga dunia . Ripoti zaarifu kwamba Onyango alianguka akiwa katika nyumba yake mtaani Ngong jana usiku na kufariki .

Aliichezea Kenya simbas  kuanzia aprili mwaka wa 2012  kwa miaka sita kabla ya kuhamia Homebpoyz na maajuzi amekuwa akiichezea KCB . Onyango alikuwa nahodha wa timu ya raga ya shule ya Maseno mwaka wa 2009 na pia aliichezea Kenya sevens katika msimu wa mwaka wa 2014/2015 chini ya kocha Paul Treu.

Mashabiki wengi wa raga  walituma risala zao za rambi rambi kwa familia yake baada ya kupata habari za kifo cha mchezaji huyo .




R.I.P: Rugby player Richard Sidindi Akoth drowns while swimming

Impala Saracens rugby team is mourning the death of their star player, Richard Sidindi Akoth.

Sidindi who plays as a full back, met his death on Monday morning after he drowned while swimming at the club’s swimming pool.

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Sidindi whose nick name was Real Jadhah Power, was an Information Technology specialist.

In 2016, Mwamba RFC scrum-half Victor ‘yoods’ Wayodi passed on during his comeback match.

Wayodi collapsed on the pitch after developing breathing difficulties while playing against Nakuru RFC.

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The 24-year-old was rushed to Nairobi Women’s hospital but succumbed to cardiac arrest while undergoing treatment.

In 2017, Nakuru RFC player, Mike Okombe perished after he was stabbed to death by his girlfriend.

According to reports, Okombe attended a party with his girlfriend, and news of his death broke much later. The girlfriend stabbed him to death after an argument.

We at Radio Jambo express our sincere condolences to  and the family of Akoth.

Photos: Zimbabwe National Rugby Team players forced to sleep on the streets in Tunisia

Former South African rugby national team coach Peter de Villiers has seen some strange things in rugby‚ but the sight of his team sleeping on the streets of a foreign city is a new one.


The Zimbabwe national team‚ currently playing in African World Cup qualifiers‚ slept on the streets outside their hotel in Tunisia on Monday night because of poor facilities and lack of funds.

“Rugby Africa has been made aware of the difficulties encountered by the Zimbabwean Rugby team – the Sables – with regards to their accommodation in Tunisia‚” Rugby Africa said in a statement.

On social media‚ former Zimbabwean Minister for Education‚ Sport‚ Arts and Culture David Coltart confirmed the news‚ saying he had received confirmation from the father of one of the players in the team.


Images of players on the streets with their belongings have also been circulating widely on social media on Tuesday.

Some reports suggest they were asked to pay a 20-euro (R320) visa fee per man at the airport‚ which they couldn’t afford and were held there for 10-hours after the squad’s passports were retained by officials.

In a voice note sent to Capitalk FM‚ Zimbabwe flanker Takudzwa Mandiwanza said the trip had been a ‘shambles’.

“We have not been paid our daily allowances for our duration in Kenya‚ including our match fees that we did not receive. Now we’re in Tunisia‚ we were detained at the airport for close to six hours‚ with no allowances given to us.



“If it wasn’t for the coach buying us sandwiches and a few drinks from his own money‚ we’d be hungry right now. The situation is very frustrating and disheartening.”


Top 5 Five memorable Kenya – Zimbabwe rugby clashes

Overall, the two sides have met 19 times with Zimbabwe’s Sables dominating the head to head, posting 12 wins to the Simbas 7
Since first meeting in 1981, Kenya and Zimbabwe have shared some great, memorable moments on the rugby pitch. This rivalry will be reignited on Saturday when the Simbas host the Sables at Nairobi’s RFUEA Ground.

Overall, the two sides have met 19 times with Zimbabwe’s Sables dominating the head to head, posting 12 wins to the Simbas 7. The two most recent tests between the two sides have gone in favor of the Simbas, and with record scores.

Here are five memorable encounters between the two sides.

1 MAY 1985
Kenya 13 Zimbabwe 15
RFUEA Ground, Nairobi

This was the third meeting between the two sides, Zimbabwe having won 32-24 at the same venue four years earlier before posting a 15-12 win in Harare on 27 March 1982. With Kenya leading 13-12 and virtually no time left on the clock, Zimbabwe, who would two years later be Africa’s sole representatives at the inaugural Rugby World Cup in 1987, won and successfully drilled home a penalty to win the game.

Kenya 19 Zimbabwe 12
RFUEA Ground, Nairobi

The two sides were meeting for the first time since the Sables put the Simbas to the sword in a 42-7 Rugby World Cup qualifier at the same venue in 1993. The Benjamin Ayimba captained side finally succeeded where the class of 1985 had fallen agonizingly close, the 19-12 result marking a first ever test victory over the Zimbos

17 JULY 2010
Zimbabwe 18 Kenya 23
Harare Sports Club, Harare

Trailing 8-18 at the interval, a late second half flourish saw the Simbas beat their hosts 23-18, the first ever win on Zimbabwean soil for the side coached by Michael “Tank” Otieno who played in the 1985 fixture.

6 JULY 2014
Kenya 10 Zimbabwe 27
Mahamasina Stadium, Antananaravivo, Madagascar

This was the 2015 Rugby World Cup qualification competition  being played as a round robin tournament in Madagascar. The Simbas had started this competition with a 29-22 win over favorites Namibia before blanking hosts Madagascar 34-0 in their second outing. They went into the final round of matches top of the log and only 80 minutes away from a historic appearance on the global stage in a year’s time.

They needed just the solitary point from this match to reach the finals in England and Wales but their ambitions were cut short by a determined Zimbabwe side beat them 27-10, a sad ending to what had been a promising campaign. The Simbas would eventually finish third, Zimbabwe claiming second place and a chance to qualify via the repechage as Namibia’s 89-10 whitewash of Madagascar earned them an appearance at a fifth successive World Cup.

9 JULY 2016
Zimbabwe 15 Kenya 61
Police Grounds, Harare

Leading 24-15 at half time, the Simbas piled on 37 unanswered second half points to crush hosts Zimbabwe 61-15 in Gold Cup action at the Police Grounds in Harare on Saturday 9 July 2016, only their second ever win on Zimbabwean soil, a record points haul for the Jerome Paarwater coached side.

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Kenya Rugby Union (KRU).

Death Is Cruel! Kenya 7s Star Dan Sikuta Mourns The Loss Of His Brother

Talented Kenya rugby sevens player, Dan Sikuta is mourning the death of his brother.

The 25-year-old player who plays as a forward for Kabras and the national team took to his Facebook page on Monday evening to announce the heartbreaking news.

It is not clear how his brother passed on.

I can’t believe my lovely brother. Rest with angels

Read his post alongside a photo of his brother.
The sad news came just a few months after Sikuta was involved in a road accident along Naivasha highway.
He was traveling from his family home in Kakamega when his vehicle was involved in an early morning accident. He escaped unscathed.
Below are some of comments from his friends who are mourning with Sikuta and his family.
Lynnet Nasenya Huyu ni Gideon najua kweli, death is so cruel, may he rest in peace, i hate it.
Brian Ntabo sorry for your loss bro…take heart.
Benard Kumelo My student Gidy, rip, Dan take heart.
Marion Shakola Nanjala Huyu ni Gideon!!!Whaaaat…may his soul rip..
May he rest in eternal peace.

ADORABLE: Rugby Star Collins Injera Shares Photo O His Beautiful Family

Kenya’s Rugby Sevens star, Collins Injera is a celebrated icon both in the country and in the world of Rugby sport, thanks for his talent and his try scoring prowess.

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The 31-year-old humble legend has once again proved that he is every sports personality’s daddy goals. This is after the father of two posted a photo of his family in the newly launched Standard Gauge Railway train, enroute for a family vacation, with a caption that read; The SGR experience #famcation

Injera who is one of the top career try scorers of all time on the World Rugby Sevens World Series, never shies away from showing off his son and daughter and beautiful wife Chebet Limo.

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Below are some of the photos of his family.

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Kenya Sevens Team Suffered From Lack Of Adequate Preparations – Innocent Simiyu

Kenya Sevens team head coach Innocent Simiyu has cited inadequate preparations and strike as their main undoing in the just ended World Sevens Series.

Shujaa finished 12th in the standings with just 63 points after failing to hit their target of at least 10 points per leg in the 10-round circuit.

The team arrived in the country to a low-key reception on Monday following another disastrous campaign at the final leg of the 2016-17 season in London, where they picked just five points.

The Sevens players went on strike a week before the opening series in Dubai and the team also saw strength and conditioning coach Ian Gibbons resign, developments that Simiyu said were detrimental to their plans for the season.

However, he said the past season was basically meant for setting up structures following his appointment just before the series commenced.

“This year was more of laying a foundation and setting up the structures so that we can have a platform to compete at the World Cup and Commonwealth Games,” noted Simiyu.

“The most important thing ahead of the World Cup is to have a thorough pre-season campaign since, for once, we have a chance to.”

Director of national squads and elite performance, Ian Mugambi, said the board will review the team’s performance this season in the next few weeks to enable them plan ahead for next season.

“It will be a challenging season ahead. With the Commonwealth Games and World Cup Sevens coming up, we must start our preparations early and get the team in good shape physically,” said Mugambi.

-The star

SYDNEY SEVENS: Kenya Sevens Drop To Challenge Cup After Dismal Start

Kenya will play in the Challenge Trophy quarterfinals at the Sydney Sevens after falling to a second successive loss in Pool A action on Saturday morning, falling 14-7 to currents HSBC Sevens World Series leaders South Africa.

The first half was closely fought, Shujaa edging the South Africans in the physical contests and frustrating them with a great defensive effort.

Collins Injera, caught in possession, releasing the ball to Augustine Lugonzo who touched down, Agero converting as Kenya led 7-0 at the break.

Agero would visit the sin-bin in mid second half and the South Africans soon scored, Seabelo Senatla finding himself in possession after being played in by impact sub Rosco Speckman.

Senatla would race clear to score under the posts with Justin Geguld ( who was part of the South African Elite Player Development team that won the 2012 Safari Sevens in Nairobi) converted to tie things.

Senalta would land his second try half a minute later, Geguld with the twos to give South Africa the lead and the eventual win.

In the first game, Kenya surrendered a 12-0 lead, losing 19-12 to England in their opening Pool A encounter.


Wooiye…Yet ANOTHER Rugby Player Dies After Collapsing On The Pitch

The Kenya Rugby fraternity is coming to terms with the death of another player, after Mwamba RFC scrum-half Victor ‘yoods’ Wayodi passed on on Saturday during his comeback match.

Wayodi had earlier injured his back during the Impala Floodlit Tournament, that saw him miss the first two months of action.

Wayodi collapsed on the pitch after developing breathing difficulties while playing against Nakuru RFC.

The 24-year-old was rushed to Nairobi Women’s hospital but succumbed to cardiac arrest while undergoing treatment.

“Wayodi collapsed during the match and was rushed to the hospital but unfortunately, he passed on as a result of cardiac arrest,” said Mwamba communications officer, Collins Nabiswa.

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He became interested in rugby when he failed to locate a cricket pitch upon joining Maseno school, which back then was his interest.

This comes barely a week after Nondescript’s center Ogeto Gecheo succumbed to breathing problems after undergoing spine surgery.  He suffered the injury during their match against Strathmore Leos at Madaraka grounds.

Gecheo who was plucked by the cruel hand of death aged only 19 will be laid to rest today in Njoro.

Both players were Maseno alumnus, where they honed their rugby skills, before joining their respective clubs.