Kenya Sevens bow out of Vancouver Sevens

Kevine Wekesa of Shujaa at Vancouver Sevens.[Courtesy-Kenya Sevens]

Kenya Sevens are out of the Vancouver Sevens.

Shujaa were on Saturday morning dumped out of the Main Cup quarterfinals after losing 26-12 to Great Britain in their second Group C match.

Robbie Fergusson and Tom Emery crossed over the whitewash, tries that the latter converted before Shujaa got their first points through Kevine Wekesa to trail 14-5 at the breather after missed conversion.

In the final half, Emery grabbed his brace to lead 19-5 before Ethan Waddleton stretch the lead to 26-5. Edmund Anya grabbed Shujaa’s consolation try in the last minute as they go down 26-12 after Anthony Omondi’s conversion.

The Damian McGrath side got off to a poor start after losing 31-12 to Olympic reigning champions Fiji on Friday evening.

Herman Humwa and Alvin Otieno touched down for Kenya in the defeat where Josese Batirerega and Jeremaia Matana each scored a brace for the Fijians as Anasa Qaranivalu sealed the win.

Great Britain lead the Group after two rounds on six points.

The English team thrashed Uruguay 45-5 in their opener before following it with win over Kenya.

Fiji are second with four points after they shocking lost to Uruguay 17-14. The Southh Americans are third also with four point but with an inferior goal difference as Kenya remain bottom on two points.

Kenya will play Uruguay in their last pool match on Sunday evening from 11.20pm late in the evening.

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