Collin Injera celebrated his 200th try on the World Sevens Series by signing a ball, and camera lens. He scored his try for Kenya in a win over Japan at the London sevens, and decided to commemorate it in style. His signature however, might have got him into trouble.
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“The cameraman was far from impressed… the lens that Injera signed (with permanent ink!) costs around $60,000′(about 9Milion), World Rugby says.
While his try gave Kenya a crucial win, his signature is something he may have to get worried about. The Ksh 11 million camera lens is now flowered by a Collins Injera’s permanent autograph.
On the good side his try boosted Kenya Sevens to the finals of Bowls in the tournament as they beat Japan 24-12 to reach the finals. In the finals they beat Argentina 26-7 to lift the Bowl trophy of the season ending London 7s tournament. The try makes Collins Injera third in the all-time list of scorers in the sport. He is 30 tries shy of leader Santiago Gomez Cora of Argentina.
SOURCE>>> DAILY MAIL