Provisional Chipu squad named

Kenya and Zimbabwe compete at the 2017 Rugby Africa U20 Championship in Madagascar. Kenya won this match 34-24

Chipu Head Coach Paul Odera has unveiled his provisional squad ahead of the Rugby Africa  South U20  Championships set for March in Windhoek, Namibia.

The winner of the overall tournament will claim Africa’s sole berth to the World Rugby Junior Trophy.

Chipu,who last played at the World Rugby Junior Trophy when Kenya hosted it in 2009 were runners up to Namibia at the 2015,2016 and 2017 editions of the Rugby Africa U20 championships.

Provisional Chipu Squad

John Daniel Gichuhi (Menengai Cream Homeboyz),James Wanjala (Strathmore Leos),Boniface Ochieng (SportPesa Quins), Kevin Kerore (Mwamba), Toby Francombe (Western Province Academy), Joshua Matasi (Resolution Impala Saracens),Eugene Kuria (Strathmore School),Simon Peter Ofula (Strathmore School),William Diffu (Menengai Cream Homeboyz),Emmanuel Silungi (Menengai  CreamHomeboyz), Monate Akuei (Top Fry Nakuru), Joe Awori (USIU),Dennis Lusweti (USIU), Harold Anduvate (Menengai Oilers), Allan Aziz (Menengai Oilers), Bethuel Anami (Strathmore Leos), Stanley Isogol (Menengai Cream Homeboyz), Mark Mutuku (Canterbury University, NZ), Martin Jeremy (USIU), Andrew Siminyu (Hillcrest High School, SA), Samuel Asati (KCB), Xavier Kipng’etich (Resolution Impala Saracens), Gideon Makumi (Strathmore Leos), Edmund Anya (Strathmore Leos), Michele Brighetti ( UK), Alvin Okoth ( Mwamba), Steven Osumbo (KCB),Lucas Oppal (Strathmore Leos), Kelvin Munene (USIU), Michael Amolo (Leeds University, UK), Victor Matiko (Menengai Oilers),Zeden Marrow (Menengai Cream Homeboyz),Jeff Mutuku (Kingswood College, SA),Derrick Keyoga  (Menengai Oilers), Bradley Ochieng (Strathmore Leos), Joshua Macharia ( Daystar/KCB), Johnstone Olindi (Menengai Cream Homeboyz), Erastus Karani (Strathmore Leos)

 

 

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