Match Day 1

Saturday 17 November 2018

Kabras Sugar v Mean Machine this will be played in kakamega

Match Day 2

Saturday 24 November 2018

Mean Machine v Strathmore Leos will be played at the workshop(HOME OF ESCHUMA ABSOLUTE)

Match Day 3

Saturday 1 December 2018

Blak Blad v Mean Machine at Kenyatta university grounds

Match Day 4

Saturday 8 December 2018

Mean Machine v Resolution Impala Saracens at the workshop (UoN grounds)

7ns
National 7ns circute 2018

he Stanbic Bank National Sevens Circuit heads to Kisumu City for its penultimate round, the Silverstone Dala Sevens taking place at the ASK Mamboleo Showground on 8th and 9th September. We are grouped in Pool C alongside KCB,Kabras Sugar and Northern Suburbs.

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NEWLY FORMED KUSA 15ns HAS ATTRACTED A GOOD NUMBER OF TOP UNIVERSITIES TEAMS BOTH FROM TOP DIVISION AND 2nd DIVISION

Eight Sides will be grouped in two pools of four teams each. JKUAT Cougars, Egerton, University of Nairobi (Mean Machine), Kenyatta University (Blak Blad), CUEA (Catholic Monks), TUK, UoE Trojans and TUM Marines from coast are among the sides expected to take part in the inaugural season. The matches will be played on a single venue,and it will be on a Round-robin basis which will take place on 29th September, 6th & 13th October 2018. The winner of each pool will square it off with the runner-up of the other pool in a semi-final on 20th October with the losers fighting it out for 3rd place as a curtain-raiser to the final on 27 October. "The league will kick off at UoN grounds followed by CUEA and Kenyatta University. Egerton University will host the semi-finals while UoN will host the playoff and final,.Mark your Calenders coz its about to get real.

UoN KUSA 15ns Edition on 29th september

This will take place at the university of Nairobi grounds

CUEA and Kenyatta University editions

it will take place on 6th & 13th October respectively.

The semi-final will take place at the Egerton university nakuru

it will take place On 20th october

And on to The BIG FINALS

Which will be taking place at the UoN grounds on 27th october

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The Health And Fitness Benefits Of Rugby

For sure, playing Rugby is a generally a fantastic way to improve your fitness and health. Many of us may not feel at home pounding away on a treadmill or working up a sweat in the gym, but we’ll happily chase a ball around endlessly while playing Rugby..

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Embu 7ns cup winners
Machine thrush quins

University of Nairobi’s Mean Machine rugby club overcame Kenya Harlequins 12-5 to emerge champions in the third edition of the Embu Sevens rugby tournament held at Embu's Moi stadium at the weekend.

Hosts Embu RFC also saw their energetic display rewarded, with the tournament's Individual Spirit Award going to David Kivuti.

In the main cup final, Harlequins forward Edward Shitanda converted early to put his side 5-0 ahead. But Machine’s Isaac Waweru cancelled out their rivals' lead with a try and kick to give a 7-5 lead.

The two sides played a defensive match for the rest of the half to leave the score unchanged at the break.

The tournament’s most valuable player Victor Shaviya extended Machine’s lead to 12-5 on resumption to seal the 12-5 win.

Machine won the inaugural tournament held at the same venue in 2014. For the cup finals slot, Machine steamrolled Vandals 14-7 whilst Quins knocked out Strathmore 15-12.

Individual awards

MVP – Victor Shaviya from Mean Machine

Cup winners

Main cup – Mean Machin

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2017/18
machine wins the championship final
Mean Machine are the champions of KRU Championship after beating Menengai Oilers 10-5 on Saturday 5 May at the Nakuru Showground.

The two sides tied 5-5 at full time for the game to head to extra time where Machine's Charles Kinyanjui won it for his side with an unconverted try. Harold Anduvate scored Menengai's try off a maul in the second half as Machine led 5-0 at the break. Both Machine and Oilers will be promoted to the Kenya Cup as position 11 and 12 respectively. Oilers head coach Gibson Weru told Raga House that "the energy levels for my side were down and Machine capitalized on that. We move on and pick lessons. We start preparing for the Kenya Cup in two weeks." Philem Kidakwa, Machine's coach, said; " It was a really hard game and it came down to who would make an error. That was Oilers with two minutes left in the second half of extra time and we capitalised on it for the winning try." For a place in the final Menengai Oilers knocked out Kisumu RFC 32-3 in the semi last weekend while Machine took down Western Bulls 18-0...

The return of machine old boys One of the Oldest rugby club to ever exist in Kenya, the Mean Machine, will host a Wazee-Vijana tournament on Saturday June 2, 2018 at the University of Nairobi

The tournament will be a 7-aside touch rugby involving the players who played for the side in the past and the current squad. The chairman, Steve Obonyp, calls upon all old boys "for a day of fun, touch rugby and reliving of the good old times." Obonyo urges all old boys "over the past 40 years to congregate at Machine this 2nd June for the annual Mbuzi. Machine is back to the Kenya Cup and the support of the old boys would be crucial in sustaining the team in the top flight."

The day would also serve as a career and mentorship day for the current players Machine recently won the KRU Championship beating Menengai Oilers returning to the Kenya Cup after one season in the second tier. Matches at the UoN grounds are known to be electrifying with visiting teams and fans worried of the atmosphere created by the home fans like recently witnessed against USIU and Western Bulls. Mean Machine RFC took the Kenya rugby scene by storm in 1989 and 1990; the team which at the time comprised entirely of students of the University of Nairobi. They have won the Kenya Cup three times in their history; in 1977, 1989 and 1990. This is more than Mwamba. Prior to 1989 , Mean Machine were known to play a brand of rugby that was exciting , free flowing but not very structured. Led by the legendary Edward Rombo, Machine playing the excited free flowing brand of rugby that they had come to be associated with, won the Kenya cup in style. Rombo who played on the wing, combined breathtaking speed with a killer sidestep that came to be known in Kenya rugby circles as the Rombo jig. There was also John Moore Ohaga at flyhalf, Oliver Khabure at second row, Martin Ndeda at scrum half along with others like Musalia Kihamba, Edwin Obuya and full back Ken Kanyi many of whom were the very best at their respective positions. Wherever they play, their large band of supporters, many of whom are not even students at UoN follow them.

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