Strathmore Leos playmaker Dan Kisakyamukama is set for months on the sidelines after having surgery on his right knee.
Leos confirmed that the Ugandan’s surgery was successful and wished him well as he starts his recovery journey.
Successful knee surgery
“Our flying Ugandan flyhalf, Daniel Kisakyamukama underwent successful knee surgery. We wish him a quick recovery and celebrate him during his absence from the action,” Strathmore Leos confirmed through their official account.
Our flying Ugandan flyhalf, Daniel Kisakyamukama underwent a successful knee surgery.
We wish him a quick recovery and celebrate him during his absence from action.
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— Strathmore Leos (@strathleos27) September 28, 2022
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Kisakyamukama’s last appearance was during the second leg of the National Sevens Circuit-Christie 7s. In the tournament, Leos beat KCB Rugby 15-10 in the final played at RFUEA Grounds on Saturday 29 May 2022 to win the Christie 7s Title.
11-match winning streak
The win saw Leos end KCB’s 11-match winning streak in the 2022 National 7s Circuit to win the 55th edition of the Christie 7s. Philemon Olang, Barnabas Owuor and Mathew Mogaya’s tries ensured Strathmore won the match.
Kisakyamukama is scheduled to miss the opening months of the Kenya Cup season which is scheduled to kick off in November 2022.