Stade Caennais Rugby Club has unveiled new signing Bethuel Anami Muteshi as one of their new recruits for the 2023 season.
Anami, a talented backrower from Strathmore University, has gained valuable experience on the field as an international Kenya Rugby player for Kenya Simbas.
Standing at 24 years old and weighing in at 103 kilograms, he is well-equipped to make a strong impact on the field as a back rower.
“To start 2023 well, we are pleased to announce the arrival of two new recruits. Introducing Bethwel Anami Muteshi, from Strathmore University . This backrower, international Kenya Rugby at XV and VII will come to support our team. Welcome to you Bethwel Anami,” the club announced.
Pour bien débuter l’année 2023, nous sommes heureux de vous annoncer l’arrivée de deux recrues 💪🏻
Troisième ligne,international Kenyan à XV et à VII.
RDV demain. pic.twitter.com/nirr0197yH
— Stade Caennais RC (@StadeCaennaisRC) January 9, 2023
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Muteshi joins the French side after impressivewith Leos over the last three seasons, helping the team to two Kenya Cup semi-finals and earning a spot on the Kenya Simbas roster.
His breakthrough with the National Team came during the Currie Cup, where he became a regular starter at number eight and stayed there for the whole of the International season. He competed in the Rugby Africa Cup, where Kenya Simbas came second.
The back rower also featured for the Simbas during the Rugby World Cup final qualification tournament and as the simbas finished bottom.
Muteshi, a St Peters graduate, helped St Peters Mumias become the first Kenyan team to win the East African 7s title in 2016.
Stade Caennaise rc is a Federal 3 rugby club and is currently ranked third on the log with 30 points with their next match set to be against RC Pont on January 23.