Kenya Harlequin youngster Arnold Onzere has penned an emotional farewell to Homeboyz as he exits the club he served close to 9 years.
The Kenya U20 international who was initially rumoured to be on trials with Japan’s top tier side has penned a deal with Kenya Cup side Kenya Harlequin ahead of the National 7s Circuit.
In his farewell message on his Instagram page, Onzere disclosed that he dearly holds the club at heart, and thanked the management, players and fans.
“I can’t describe how I will miss being a part of this team, but I can say how extremely grateful I am for what @homeboyzrugby has given. I’ve met some of my best mates for life and have had opportunity which enabled me to become the player and person I am today.
“Since 2014 I’ve loved my time in blue and yellow,I have had some unforgettable memories with the boys.Thanks to the players and Management for everything and to the loyal supporters who turn up every week.I look forward to the next chapter and a new challenge at the @kenyaharlequins”he said.
Since2014 I've loved my time in💙 and💛, I have had some unforgettable memories with the boyz .Thanks to the players and management for everything and to the loyal supporters who turn up every week .I look forward to the next chapter and a new challenge at the @KenyaHarlequins
— Arnold onzere (@OnzereArnold) May 20, 2022
Speaking to the Scrummage,Onzere said his move has purely been necessitated by the need for a new challenge and nothing else.
The 22 year old former Laiser Hill student was part of the first group of players to form Homeboyz Academy in late 2013 when he joined the Deejays.
He has had a successful career winning several accolades and earning the Kenya U20 caps.
Onzere will make his Quins debut during the Kabeberi sevens circuit at RFUEA grounds.