- Restoring the glory days Ouma has been recalled together with his counterpart Impala Saracens Samuel Oliech, both being experienced players to lead the team and bring hope back to the Kenya Sevens.
After they lost its glory, the Kenya sevens rugby focuses on restoring its glory with preparation and injection of what everyone thinks necessary Kenya seven has recalled Oscar Ouma since he last featured in the 2017-2018 season as they go to the Los Angeles Sevens in the USA next weekend.
The fifth leg of the 2019-2020 world sevens series event (Los Angeles sevens) will be played at dignity health sports park and afterward all the team head to Vancouver Canada a week later.
Restoring the glory days Ouma has been recalled together with his counterpart Impala Saracens Samuel Oliech, both being experienced players to lead the team and bring hope back to the Kenya Sevens.
“It feels good to be back in the set up and getting another chance to represent the country. Going forward, it’s all about doing justice to the jersey and respecting it,” Ouma said.
With the team 11th on the 2019-1020 World Sevens Series having 26 points from four tournaments Ouma added, “Our performance can always improve. The team is in a good place with both the experienced and upcoming players blending well. It’s just about taking it a notch higher and firing all cylinders.”
Paul Feeney has made other changes with Bush Mwale, Johnstone Olindi, Nelson Oyoo, Geoffrey Okwach, and Herman Humwa paving the way. With the outbreak of Coronavirus in China, the hong kong and Singapore events meant for April have been rescheduled to October.
“We can’t just stay here for 12 weeks without playing at a high level and that’s why we are exploring the option to have the team go camping and maybe play other sides which are involved in the circuit. We have had good preparation. We focused on the defense where we put in a lot of work during the last two weeks and I feel we are almost where we want to be, ” Feeney said