|Date of birth||July 20, 1982|
|Place of birth||Nairobi, Kenya|
|Height||1.98 m (6 ft 6 in) |
|Weight||105.3 kg (16 st 8 lb) |
|School||St. Peter's Mumias High School|
|University||Jomo Kenyatta University|
|Notable relative(s)||Collins Injera|
|Rugby union career|
|Years||Club / team|
|Mwamba Rugby Football Club|
|Years||Club / team||Caps||(points)|
|Sevens national teams|
|Years||Club / team||Comps|
|2003 - present||Kenya||49 (270)|
|correct as of 7 December 2009.|
Humphrey Kayange (born 20 July 1982) is a Kenyan rugby union player and organic chemist. Kayange is well known within the rugby sevens community, as he has produced some of the best performances for the Kenya national sevens side. He is a former captain of the team.
Kayange played for the military team Ulinzi RFC in the Kenya Cup league. The team was later disbanded, and he moved to Mwamba RFC. He was part of the Kenyan squad at the 2009 Rugby World Cup Sevens, reaching the semifinals. He was nominated for IRB Sevens Player of the Year in 2009. Kayange has also played for the Kenya national rugby union team (15s), playing at the 2011 World Cup Qualifiers. He is the older brother of IRB Sevens World Series top try scorer Collins Injera who also plays for Mwamba RFC. Their younger brother Michael Agevi has also played rugby for the Sevens in the past.
In 2012 Humphrey moved to Bristol, U.K. to undertake research into tenellin biosynthesis with Professor Christine L. Willis at the University of Bristol.
- Daily Nation, Buzz Magazine, January 16, 2009: Top of the top
- Rugbyrugby.com, March 3, 2009: Mwamba's pride
- RWC Sevens 2009: Kenya squad
- Heavensgame.com: KENYA BEAT CAMEROON IN RWC QUALIFIER
- "Fresh faces for Kenya Sevens". International Rugby Board. 26 September 2011. Retrieved 14 February 2013.
- Daily Nation, May 27, 2010: Sevens stars decorated by state
- Willis Research Group: Group Members