Kenya Sevens will kick off their 2022-2023 World Rugby Sevens Series campaign with a tricky fixture against Argentina, Ireland and Canada in a tricky Group D in the season-opening Hong Kong Sevens scheduled to take place from November 4 next month in Japan.
In the new season, Shujaa will be aiming to get the much elusive consistency that saw them finish the 2022 campaign in a disappointing 12th position
The Damian McGrath will open their campaign on Friday, November 4, with a clash against 2022 Rugby World Cup bronze medalists Ireland before they face South America heavyweights Argentina.
Shujaa will afterward close their group phase with a match against Canada who finished behind them in the 2022 Series standings.
Group A comprises of series defending champions Australia, New Zealand, Samoa and hosts Hong Kong who are the invited team for the season opener in arguably the Group of Death.
South Africa, who will be beginning life under the stewardship of new head coach Sandile Ngcobo who replaced Neill Powell, will be taking on France, Great Britain and Uruguay in Group B.
Group C will feature Olympic and Rugby World Cup champions Fiji taking on USA, Spain and Japan.
Meanwhile, in the 2023 campaign, the top four men's and women's teams will secure their ticket to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games courtesy of finishing among the best four nations.
Group A: Australia, New Zealand, Samoa, Hong Kong
Group B: South Africa, France, Great Britain, Uruguay
Group C: Fiji, USA, Spain, Japan
Group D: Argentina, Ireland, Kenya, Canada