Rugby clubs have chance to bolster squads as transfer window open


Rugby clubs have chance to bolster squads as transfer window open
Kabras Sugar(in yellow) tussle for possesion agaisnt Oilers in a Kenya Cup tie in Kakamega.PHOTO/Ken Njeru/Citizen Digital

In Summary

  • The Kenya Rugby Union transfer window opens today and will see teams in the top flight and second tier league engage in intense activity until November 30 as they bid to beef up their squads.

  • However, according to the Kenya Rugby Union, only players who played in the previous season will be eligible for transfers.

The Kenya Rugby Union transfer window opens today and will see teams in the top flight and second tier league engage in intense activity until November 30 as they bid to beef up their squads.

However, according to the Kenya Rugby Union, only players who played in the previous season will be eligible for transfers.

The Union also declared the leagues over with Kisumu RFC and Western Bulls relegated from the topflight Kenya Cup since they had already finished their league matches before CoronaVirus pandemic struck the country.

Championship and Nationwide teams will play in the playoffs to seek promotion to the Kenya Cup next season.

The rugby fraternity awaits the resumption of the league with the Safe Return to Training Committee expected to draft protocols as the union liaise with the Government on when the games can resume.

The League and Fixtures Committee is expected to come up with possible draft fixtures for the 2021 Season.

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