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#Paris7s Kenya drawn in yet another tough Pool for the Upcoming HSBC World Rugby Series

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Shujaa have been drawn in Pool C with England and probably they will be staging a revenge after the 21-23 loss in Singapore Sevens Quarter finals.

Shujaa player being handled by opponents during a past game play

Shujaa player being handled by opponents during a past game

(Courtesy)

The HSBC World rugby series will be heading to Paris come May 13-14 bringing together rugby heavyweights from different nations.

Kenya will be represented by Shujaa who will be fighting to restore their lost glory during the just concluded Singapore sevens.

Shujaa have been drawn in Pool C with England and probably they will be staging a revenge after the 21-23 loss in Singapore Sevens Quarter finals.

The full pool of Shujaa at the Paris Sevens contain England, France and Spain.

Kenya will be looking forward to redeem their points higher in Paris in order to climb some steps up in the HSBC World rugby sevens standings.

Read Also:End of the road as Shujaa fails to defend the Singapore 7s title

play Kenyan Rugby player (Courtesy)

 

The team collected 10 points during the Singapore sevens that saw Canada register a historic win of the main cup.

Last year Shujaa lifted the Singapore trophy after stumbling on the stubborn Fiji, who are currently ranked second in the HSBC Standings.

Currently Shujaa have harvest a total of 21 points, 11 in Hong Kong and 10 in Singapore totaling to 57 points.

Shujaa are positioned at number 11 with 4 points behind Wales who are seated at number 10.

The mighty South Africa Sevens sits at helm of the HSBC World series with 157 points collected from a series of games they have played.

play Winners of Singapore sevens 2017, Canada (Courtesy)

 

Here is how the HSBC World Rugby series looks like;

  1. South Africa- 157
  2. Fiji -132
  3. England- 130
  4. New Zealand- 110
  5. USA- 101
  6. Australia -94
  7. Canada- 76
  8. Argentina -72
  9. Scotland -68
  10. Wales -61
  11. Kenya- 57
  12. France-51
  13. Samoa-36

The Innocent Simiyu coached side will be working around the clock to clean their dirty sheets and strike to appear on the world map as best performers in the rugby game.

 

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