KCB bank on new signings in tricky Homeboyz opener

KCB's Levi Amunga (right) vies with Kabras Sugar's Valleria Tendwa

KCB's Levi Amunga (right) vies with Kabras Sugar's Valleria Tendwa during their Kenya Cup final at Nandi Bears Sports Club in Nandi County on September 04, 2021. KCB won 28-25.


Photo credit: Chris Omollo | Nation Media Group

What you need to know:

  • Centre Max Kangeri comes up against his former side but will come off the bench for KCB, who are chasing their fifth consecutive Kenya Cup crown
  • KCB have also signed Kenya Sevens winger Alvin Otieno and centre Bob Muhati from Homeboyz and scrum half Bramwell Omondi from JKUAT
  • There will be five other matches on the card with the battle between neighbours Kenya Harlequin and Impala Saracens being one of the major highlights at the RFUEA grounds


Champions KCB Rugby will unleash three of their six new signings when they launch their Kenya Cup title defence against Homeboyz at KCB Ruaraka Sports Club on Saturday.

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