Kenya Harlequin legend Victor Sudi has been voted as the Club’s Chairman following an Annual General Meeting held on Saturday 30 July 2022.
Sudi takes over from Michael Wanjala who has been in charge of the Ngong road-based side since 2018. Sudi will work with former Kenya 7s coach Felix Ochieng who has been elected as the vice-chairman.
Rosemary Korir was elected as the secretary and he replaced Stanley Omino who previously served in the role in the outgoing Executive Committee.
Onespol Gachanja will be the club’s treasurer. The club confirmed the development via their social media accounts.
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“Congratulations to the new Kenya Harlequin FC Executive Committee voted in at the AGM held at RFUEA on Saturday 30 July 2022. Chairman: Victor Sudi, Vice-chairman: Felix Ochieng, Secretary : Rosemary Korir, Treasurer: Onespol Gachanja,” reads a statement by the Club.
“Our thanks to outgoing Chairman Michael Wanjala and outgoing Secretary Stanley Omino for their dedication to Quins and a smooth transition, ” the statement added.
— Kenya Harlequin (@KenyaHarlequins) July 30, 2022
The new committee will be keen to guide Quins back to glory days having gone 10 years without the Kenya Cup title. Quins last won the Kenya Cup title in 2012 and since then they have failed to mount a serious challenge.
Last season they narrowly survived relegation following a better head-to-head record than Impala Saracens in the regular season.