Five Changes for the Final IRB Leg

Five Changes for the Final IRB Leg

It is a big boost to the team to have experienced Biko Adema and Dennis Ombachi back in the squad as they make the team for the first time this season. Youngsters Augustine Lugonzo and Tony Onyango Opondo make a come back after injury lay offs. Another big boost comes in the form of powerful forward Oscar Ayodi  who missed the last outing due to school commitments.

The five replace injured Lavin Asego, Leonard Mugaisi, Patrice Agunda, Tony Owuor and Felix Ayange. Coach Ochieng’ said,  “There are some changes within this unit going into the final leg. Some of the changes have been warranted by injury. Dennis Ombachi is back after training consistently and it is a good opportunity for him and a challenge as well as he makes it back into the squad.”

K.R.U Chairman Richard Omwela in his remarks said, “ We’re obviously in a very difficult pool but there is no hiding place at this level of play. We want to complete the series on a high.”

The Kenya squad to Glasgow and London

1.Andrew Amonde – KCB (Captain) s
2.Collins Injera       – Mwamba
3.Humphrey Kayange – Mwamba
4.Daniel Sikuta – Mwamba
5.Dennis Ombachi – Mwamba
6.Michael Wanjala – Pan Africa Strathmore Leos
7.Tony Opondo – Pan Africa Strathmore Leos
8.Billy Odhiambo – Pan Africa Strathmore Leos
9.Oscar Ayodi – Homeboyz
10.Bush Mwale – Homeboyz
11.Augustine Lugonzo – Homeboyz
12.Biko Adema – Total Nondies

Non Travelling reserves

1.Patrice Agunda – Kenya Harlequin

2.Philip Wamae – KCB

3.Oscar Dennis – Total Nondies


Head Coach: Felix Ochieng, Attack Coach: Vuyo Zangqa, S&C Coach: Graham Bentz, Physio: Lamech Bogonko, Team Manager: Steven Sewe

By Mike Okinyi

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