Kenya to debut at Dubai Sevens
October 28, 1999
The Dubai Sevens, taking place at the beginning of December, will feature Kenya for the first time.
"The formation of the National Sevens Circuit will further expose players to a higher level of rugby to help raise the standards and to develop the local talent which can then be fed into the national structure."
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