KENYA CUP

Amonde, Olindi start for KCB rugby against Strathmore Leos in Jerry Olola Di Baddest Cup

Amonde charges forward against Japan on day 2 of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Tokyo Stadium on 27 July, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan. Photo credit: Mike Lee – KLC fotos for World Rugby
Amonde charges forward against Japan on day 2 of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Tokyo Stadium on 27 July, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan. Photo credit: Mike Lee – KLC fotos for World Rugby

Kenya Cup log leaders KCB Rugby have made changes to their squad ahead of the Kenya Cup match against Strathmore Leos scheduled for KCB Sports Club on Saturday 3:00 PM.

The match will be referred to as Jerry Olola Di Baddest Cup in honor of departed Olola who played for both sides.  Kenya Simbas prop Patrick Ouko returns to the starting squad replacing Oscar Simiyu. He links up with Wilfred Waswa and Curtis Lilako who stay in the front row.

The second change is in the second row where Elvis Olukusi partners with Emmanuel Silungi as Martin Owilla drops to the bench. Andrew Amonde is back in the backrow and has been paired with Felix Ojoo and Peter Waitere with Steve Wamai out of the squad.

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Samuel Asati retains jersey nine while Johnstone Olindi starts ahead of Shaban Ahmed at fly-half. The midfield remains unchanged for the second match in a row. The back three will also remain unchanged.

Former Homeboyz captain Thomas Okidia is in line for his first Kenya Cup start for KCB after being named on the bench.

The bankers are chasing the seven straight win that will see them move to 35 points.

KCB Rugby vs Strathmore Leos squad;

1. Patrick Ouko 2. Wilfred Waswa 3. Curtis Lilako 4. Elvis Olukusi 5. Emanuel Silungi 6. Andrew Amonde 7. Felix Ojoo 8. Peter Waitere 9. Samuel Asati 10. Johnstone Olindi 11. Jacob Ojee 12. Esau Otieno 13. Bob Muhati 14. Michael Kimwele 15. Darwin Mukidza

16. James Ochieng 17. Thomas Okidia 18. Derrick Juma 19. Davis Chenge 20. Martin Owilla 21. Brian Wahinya 22. Shaban Ahmed 23. Isaac Njoroge

KCB II vs Strath II
1. Jack Adero 2. Griffin Musila 3. Nelson Nyandat 4. Mannaseh Oduor 5. Kolian Persian 6. Edwin Otieno 7. Elly Mukaizi 8. Bramwel Kilwake 9. Michael Wanjala 10. Smith Muhoya 11. Geoffrey Okwatch 12. Max Kang’eri 13. Festus Shiasi 14. Billy Omondi 15. Trevor Odawa

16. George Asin 17. Dennis Waithaka 18. Steve Biko 19. Fidel Maina 20. Steve Wamai 21. Ishmael Gorio 22. Levy Amunga 23. Peter Wanjala

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