Kenya’s sevens stars showing the way for rugby at home

(CNN)When the Rugby World Cup kicks off in Japan in September there will be at least one viewer kicking his heels on the sidelines. Follow @cnnsport Kenya’s first deaf rugby team It was back in April 2016 that Kenya’s men’s sevens team burst into the limelight by winning its first ever title in Singapore. That success combined with the sport’s inclusion at the 2016 Olympic Games helped catapult it into the public consciousness. But while the 15-a-side game takes precedence in most countries, it’s the other way round in Kenya. Collins Injera, one of the world’s top sevens try scorers, believes the extra exposure has meant sevens has a far higher profile and far better resources behind it. READ: Why …