New announcement made in Kenya’s national team

The team has adjusted its technical bench.

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Geoffrey Kimani has been reappointed as the team’s Strength and Conditioning Coach, a position he has served since 2008 and will now work under head coach Innocent Simiyu. He has also worked under Benjamin Ayimba.

Former Shujaa Performance Analyst Will Webster has also been appointed as assistant coach ahead of Kenya Sevens’ 2017/18 season.

Duties lined up for Kenya Sevens include the Safari Sevens, the HSBC Sevens World Series, the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia and the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San.

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