Kenya leaves Singapore 10 points richer, up in ranking
Kenya 7s now shift their focus to the London and Paris legs of the HSBC Sevens World Series after finishing 6th in Singapore Sevens
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After two days of mixed results, Kenya left Singapore Sevens with 10 points that pushed them a positon up in the HSBC Sevens World Standings.
Kenya lost 17-7 to New Zealand in the 5th place playoff after missing out on final four courtesy of South Africa who beat them 24-12.
Kenya is now tied on 93 point with USA coached by former Shujaa tactician Mike Friday.
The team has had a steady improvement and have already surpassed the 63 points total reached last season. With two legs to go, Kenya looks set to hit a century of point and are just five points shy of the 98 points reached in the 2015-16 season
Fiji who have won the last three legs tops the World Standings with 145 points followed by South Africa who have 141 points.
Shujaa’s focus is on the two remaining legs of the series in London on June 2-3 and Paris on June 8 to 19.