Shujaa edge Zimbabwe in Solidarity Camp opener


Shujaa edge Zimbabwe in Solidarity Camp opener
Daniel Taabu of Kenya Shujaa takes a conversion against Zambia during their Tusker Safari Sevens 2019 match at RFUEA Grounds on October 19, 2019. Shujaa won 31-0. Photo/Stafford Ondego/Sportpicha

In Summary

  • Jacob Ojee's brace in the first half ensured Shujaa sealed a comfortable 24-0 win over Zimbabwe in their Solidarity Camp opening match
  • The KCB winger sliced through the Zimbabwe defence to score twice as Tony converted both for a 14-0 lead heading to the interval's

Jacob Ojee’s brace in the first half ensured Shujaa sealed a comfortable 24-0 win over Zimbabwe in their Solidarity Camp opening match.

The KCB winger sliced through the Zimbabwe defence to score twice as Tony converted both for a 14-0 lead heading to the interval’s.

Alvin “Buffa Otieno” bulldozed the Zimbabwean defence to score in the second half for a 19-0 lead with Omondi missing the extras.

Shujaa would go on to score the final unconverted try to seal their victory with a comfortable win for the Innocent Simiyu charge’s.

Kenya will face South Africa 2 in their second game of the day as they seek to finish the day on a high note awaiting tomorrow’s quarter finals seeding.

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