Mon, 17 Jul 2017, 05:34
Mon, 17 Jul 2017, 12:24
Mon, 17 Jul 2017, 14:08
Mon, 17 Jul 2017, 14:50
danindech wrote:Any chance for Zimbabwe?
Mon, 17 Jul 2017, 15:10
olivier wrote:danindech wrote:Any chance for Zimbabwe?
With a full team, they should beat Kenya. But they're far from full...
Tue, 18 Jul 2017, 05:09
Sables4EVA wrote:The game last year was at the Police Grounds in Harare not Bulawayo. The ground being used in Bulawayo is Hartsfield.
Tue, 18 Jul 2017, 07:08
Wed, 19 Jul 2017, 05:56
Sables4EVA wrote:There has been a big change in Zim rugby and the 61 point Kenya scored against us and the Uganda loss were statements made by certain factors within the game here. This weekends game will be a different story. We will add to our 12 wins against the Simbas, not to the 4 losses.
Wed, 19 Jul 2017, 16:51
Neptune wrote:Sables4EVA wrote:There has been a big change in Zim rugby and the 61 point Kenya scored against us and the Uganda loss were statements made by certain factors within the game here. This weekends game will be a different story. We will add to our 12 wins against the Simbas, not to the 4 losses.
Sables4EVA, I have never understood why zimbabwe rugby keeps on switching venues for test matches. For England, they are always held at Twickenham, In Uganda it's either Legends or Kyadondo grounds, and in Kenya it's always the RFUEA grounds in Nairobi. What could be the main reason for Zim always changing grounds? Is it that the ZRU don't have permanent grounds or what is it? previously games were held at Prince Edward high school, then moved to Police Grounds and now Hartsfield. Kindly explain further. Thanks.
NAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 19 – The Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) has announced that 2018 international tests will be spread across the country in a move to develop the game in the regions.
The KRU board seeks to bring international 15-a-side rugby closer to the grassroots and increase the game’s popularity and visibility. The Union said that the move is consistent with the practice in major rugby playing nations like South Africa, New Zealand and Australia who rotate test matches across
KRU has earmarked Mombasa, Nakuru, Kisumu, Machakos and Kakamega as potential regional venues and has pledge to support the regions in the logistics of the matches as the requirements of test rugby are significantly higher than domestic competitions.
Wed, 19 Jul 2017, 16:53
Thu, 20 Jul 2017, 05:11
Thu, 20 Jul 2017, 10:45
Sables4EVA wrote:Thanks Ser Podrick.
For the same reasons posted above, to spread the game to other regions. Bulawayo is buzzing with excitement over the Kenya game. There is also other issues because some of the grounds like Police Grounds are used for soccer.