After KCB were crowned the 2022 National Sevens Circuit Kabeberi Memorial 7s tournament champions, Christie 7s series is next on the cards this weekend.

The circuit continues with second round action at Nairobi’s RFUEA Ground when the Christie 7s takes place on 28th and 29th May.

It is named in honour of Alex ‘Sandy’ Milne Christie, a President of Kenya Harlequins’, veteran rugby player, referee for Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, Kampala, Uganda, Mombasa in Kenya who also served as President of the RFUEA and Vice-President of Wasps RFC in England.

While information on the 1962 and 1963 remains scanty, a group of rugby aficionados have painstakingly cobbled together the list of winners from 1964 to date.

Christie 7s Roll Of Honor

1964 Kenya Police and Eldoret RFC
1965 Eldoret RFC
1966 Impala
1967 Nondescripts
1968 Impala
1969 Nondescripts
1970 Impala
1971 Impala
1972 Impala
1973 Nondescripts
1974 Nondescripts
1975 Nondescripts
1976 Nondescripts
1977 Mean Machine
1978 Mwamba
1979 Mwamba
1980 Mean Machine
1981 Kenya Harlequin
1982 Kenya Harlequin
1983 Mwamba
1984 Mean Machine
1985 Mwamba
1986 Kenya Harlequin
1987 Barclays
1988 Mean Machine
1989 Barclays
1990 Mean Machine
1991 Barclays
1992 KCB
1993 Mean Machine
1994 Barclays
1995 Mean Machine
1996 Mean Machine
1997 Kenya Harlequin
1998 Impala
1999 Impala
2000 Nakuru
2001 Ulinzi
2002 Ulinzi
2003 Kenya Harlequin
2004 KCB
2005 Mwamba
2006 Mwamba
2007 Kenya Harlequin
2008 KCB
2009 Kenya Harlequin
2010 Kenya Harlequin
2011 KCB
2012 Kenya Harlequin
2013 KCB
2014 Mwamba
2015 Kenya Harlequin
2016 Kabras Sugar
2017 Kabras Sugar
2018 Homeboyz
2019 KCB
2020 Not Played due to Covid 19
2021 Not Played due to Covid 19

Kenya Rugby Union

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