Who will stop St Mary’s School Yala’s haka in Kakamega?

The Unbeatable St Mary's School Yala

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When St Mary’s School Yala performed their version of the ‘haka’, no team could stop them as they strolled to glory and retained the Nyanza Region Secondary School rugby sevens title.

The ‘haka’ is a traditional Māori war dance and chant that the New Zealand rugby team, known as the All Blacks, performs before the start of a rugby match.

This powerful and awe-inspiring ritual is meant to intimidate and challenge their opponents, both mentally and emotionally, creating a sense of fear and trepidation that can have a psychological impact on the opposing team.

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