Kenya 7s Fixtures In Paris 7s Released

World Rugby has released fixtures for the ninth round of HSBC Sevens Series, Paris Sevens set for Saturday May 13, 2017 in France.

Kenya Sevens, who are in pool B, are scheduled to play hosts France at 1.12pm Kenyan time on Saturday in their opening match.

Kenya will be looking to finish on a high with only one round to go after Paris, that is London 7s a week later in England at Twickenham Stadium.Innocent Simiyu coached side will take to the pitch for a second time at 4.38pm against invitational side Spain who

Innocent Simiyu coached side will take to the pitch for a second time at 4.38pm against invitational side Spain who have just been confirmed as a core team in the 2017/2018 sevens series.

Kenya will conclude the day against England at 8.26pm in what is expected to be a revenge mission for Kenya after the boys felt the Vancouver 7s champions ‘snatched’ victory from them in Singapore cup quarters.

Series defending champions Fiji will open the tournament at 11am against Samoa before Australia takes on Russia, New Zealand plays Wales, Mike Friday’s USA entertains Argentina, South Africa plays Scotland, Canada and Japan clash at 12.50 and England play Spain.

Andrew Amonde is leading the troops with assistance from Billy the kid in the absence of talisman Collins Injera as Darwin Mukidza returns for the first time since Cape Town and Dubai 7s.

Paris 7s fixtures
Fiji vs Samoa 11am
Australia vs Russia 11.22am
New Zealand vs Wales 11.44am
USA vs Argentina 12.06pm
South Africa vs Scotland 12.28pm
Canada vs Japan 12.50pm
Kenya vs France 13.12 
England vs Spain 13.34pm

Fiji vs Russia 14.26
Australia vs Samoa 14.48
New Zealand vs Argentina 15.10
USA vs Wales 15.32
South Africa vs Japan 15.54
Canada vs Scotland 16.16
Kenya vs Spain 16.38
Samoa vs Russia 17.52

Australia vs Fiji 18.14
Wales vs Argentina 18.36
USA vs New Zealand 18.58 |
Scotland vs Japan 19.20
Canada vs South Africa 19.42
France vs Spain 20.04
England vs Kenya 20.26

Full squad

1.Andrew Amonde 2.Derrick Mayar 3.Frank Wanyama 4.Dennis Ombachi 5.Bush Mwale 6.Sammy Oliech 7.Augustine Lugonzo 8.Eden Agero 9.Brian Tanga 10.Nelson Oyoo 11.Darwin Mukidza 12.Billy Odhiambo


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