Simiyu calls for better execution in Emirates Invitational Sevens

France player gives Kenya Sevens' Daniel Taabu a hand-off during their semifinal match of Emirates Invitational Sevens on April 3, 2021 at the Sevens Stadium. Kenya lost 17-5.
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What you need to know:

  • On Saturday, Kenya edged out Japan 31-14 to finish third during the first leg of the Emirates Invitational Sevens where Argentina claimed their third win on the trot, beating France 19-7 in the final
  • Kenya opens their quest against Uganda in their Pool “Blue” at 11.09am on Friday before meeting Canada at 3.14pm
  • At the same time, Kenya Lionesses coach Felix Oloo said the second leg of the Emirates Invitational Sevens will give them another opportunity to improve after they failed to win a match in the first leg



Kenya Sevens head coach Innocent “Namcos” Simiyu is working on his team’s intensity and execution ahead of the second leg of the Emirates Invitational Sevens starting Friday at the Sevens Stadium, Dubai.

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