Kenya Sevens returned back to the Country last night after the London Sevens where they won the shield title in the just concluded HSBC World Rugby Sevens series at the Twickenham Stadium.
Shujaa finished the final leg of the world sevens series by beating Russia 37-1 in the shield finals.
Kenya who beat Portugal 22-17,lost 24-12 to Scotland and 29-12 to France and a defeat to Wales 21-19 in the Bowl quarters bagged 3 points making it a total 98 points.
Collins Injera However,was the man of the day when he made his 234th try in the final match against France.
“Humphrey handing me the ball when he had the opportunity to score and my parents deciding to come watch me at the season finale was a blessing”,Injera says.
Assistant Coach Paul Murunga says all season targets have been met and it’s now all systems go as they chase the Gold in Rio.
“As we started the season we were to get to top ten,we finished in the 7th position,we also targeted winning one tournament and ofcourse we took the lead in Singapore and Injera becoming the top try scorer was a bonus for us” Murunga reiterates.
The team will take a three-week break before returning to training for the preparation of Rio 2016 Olympics set for August in Brazil.