Mark Kwemoi is the new Resolution Impala Saracens Top Try Scorer in the 2017 National Sevens Circuit. Kwemoi, who is a graduate of the Standard Chartered Impala Saracens Rugby Academy scored a total of 5 tries during the Sepetuka 7s leg of the NSC played at the Eldoret Sports Club during the weekend of 30th September & 1st October. Prior to Sepetuka, Kwemoi had scored 6 tries: 1 at Driftwood, 3 at Kabeberi & 2 at Prinsloo. Kwemoi’s cumulative count of 11 tries has him dethroning Paul Mutsami who now has 9 tries: 3 at Driftwood, 3 at Kabeberi, 2 at Prinsloo & 1 at Sepetuka.
Resolution Impala Saracens 7s stand-in captain – Samuel Motari has 8 to his name. Ian Minjire who couldn’t make the Sepetuka selection cut has 7 tries. Samson Onsomu who has played only the Prinsloo & Sepetuka legs of the circuit has been on fire. He scored 3 at Prinsloo & another 3 at Sepetuka. He stands 5th on the log with 6 tries. Ian Mabwa came off a 2 leg lay-off due to a mild head knock & added 3 to his 2 previously scored at Driftwood. He stands 6th with 5 tries. Richard Sidindi scored in an exciting 26-19 win over Homeboyz in the Sepetuka Main Cup Semis & now has a total of 4. He is tied with Derrick Mayar. Davis Makori scored 1 in the 15-0 win over Mwamba in a Pool A fixture. He now has 3 tries & is tied with Billy Omondi who didn’t travel to Eldoret after sustaining joint dislocation on one of his fingers during Prinsloo 7s & Sammy Oliech who scored 1 at Sepetuka. Anthony Nyandigisi & Leon Adongo each have 2 tries to their names. After playing the ‘player 13’ role at Prinsloo 7s, Timothy Makiya scored 1 try in the 29-5 win over CUEA at the pool stages. He is now tied with Joash Ngesa & Robin Kiplang’at who each have a try to their names.
Hannington Mbaka, David Moenga & Joel Omer who have played for the side are yet to register their names on the scorers’ list.