Kenya Cup Champions Kabras RFC have unveiled their kit ahead of the 2022/23 season which will commence with a home match.
The event, held on Wednesday at their homeground, Kakamega ASK Showground, saw the team unveil two kits that would be used in the upcoming campaign.
The first kit is yellow with lime green accents on the shoulders to the sleeves. The name of the sponsor, ‘Kabras,’ is slanted, as opposed to being in the center with the company logo in the past.
The club’s logo is on the left side with kit manufacture Beyond Limits Known (BLK) is centred.
The second kit is black with lime green accents, with all other aspects remaining the same. Kabras Sugar representatives and members of the new technical bench attended the event.
zThe leadership team, captained by Dan Sikuta and Brian Tanga, as well as fellow Kenyan Internationals Brian Juma and Teddy Akala, were also present during the occasion, having returned from Dubai, where they represented Kenya Simbas in the final qualification competition for the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
The jersey is available for fans at a cost of kshs 3500/- . The club returns to using BLK kits after two seasons with Macron .
Kabras who won the inaugural Victoria 15s beating MMUST 17-13 in a final at Kakamega Showground kick off their campaign with a home match against returning Catholic Monks.