Sevens assistant coach Ochieng relishes the challenge against his developing teams
Eden Agero is tackled by Scotland’s James Johnstone during their IRB rugby sevens World Series in Tokyo. Kenya National Sevens assistant coach Felix Ochieng is excited to find out how Kenya’s developing squads will fair against the top sides in Africa. “With exception of South Africa, we are going to be hosting the best teams in the continent and we are expecting some very tough competition,” he said.
The Kenyan technical bench opted not to field their full strength side so as to give them time rest before the final two legs of the IRB Sevens circuit in Scotland and England and most importantly the Sevens rugby World Cup to be staged in Moscow, Russia in June. The event also gives the Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) an opportunity to give the younger players a chance to play at a high level and hence gain some experience.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at The Standard