Former Kenya 7s star Oscar Ouma was thrilled to be back on the field for Nakuru RFC in their recent match against Menengai Oilers.
The centre who has been absent for a while was handed his first start of the season as an inside centre and lead the side out for the derby after being handed captaincy duties.
Despite the team’s 25-18 loss, Ouma was happy to have played a full game without any injuries.
“Loved every minute of playing this weekend,’ said Ouma. ‘Feels good being able to play comfortably a full game and come out without any injuries. We go again this weekend.” he tweeted.
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Nakuru RFC will be looking to bounce back from the defeat in the Nakuru Derby as they prepare to take on defending Champions Kabras RFC in their next match.
It promises to be an exciting contest, with both teams eager to secure a win.
Nakuru RFC will be eyeing the second win of the season while Kabras will be keen to maintain their perfect start and impressive record at Nakuru Athletic Club.