KCB Rugby include Kangeri, Ojee and Amonde in starting squad for Oilers date

KCB's Andrew Amonde in action against Impala. Photo Courtesy/Denis Acre-half.
KCB's Andrew Amonde in action against Impala. Photo Courtesy/Denis Acre-half.

Ahead of their upcoming semi-final match against Menengai Oilers at KCB Sports Club on Saturday at 3:00 PM, KCB Rugby have made six changes to their starting lineup.

Max Kangeri will earn his first Kenya Cup start this season, taking the place of Bob Muhati, who will now start for the ESS side. Kangeri will partner with Peter Kilonzo in the midfield.

Jacob Ojee will return as the left wing, while Mike Kimwele moves back to the right wing. Isaac Njoroge will start on the bench.

The rest of the backline is unchanged with Samuel Asati at scrum-half, Brian Wahinya at fly-half and Darwin Mukidza at fullback.

In the forwards, there will be four changes, with Griffin Musila moving to the bench. Wilfred Waswa will start as hooker alongside props Oscar Simiyu and Curtis Lilako.

Martin Owila will be replaced by Davis Chenge, who will partner with Elvis Olukusi in the second row. Andrew Amonde and Felix Ojow will come in for Steve Wamai and Bramwel Kilwake.

Michael Wanjala, Johnstone Olindi, and Thomas Okidia will start on the bench.

KCB Rugby are determined to avoid being eliminated by Oilers for the second time in a row, having lost their encounter with them last season.

KCB Rugby vs Oilers

1. Oscar Simiyu 2. Wilfred Waswa 3. Curtis Lilako 4. Elvis Olukusi 5. Davis Chenge 6. Andrew Amonde 7. Felix Ojow 8. Peter Waitere 9. Samuel Asati 10. Brian Wahinya 11. Jacob Ojee 12. Max Kangeri 13. Peter Kilonzo 14. Michael Kimwele 15. Darwin Mukidza

16. Griffin Musila 17. TJ Okidia 18. Nelson Nyandat 19. Brian Munyali 20. Steve Wamai 21. Michael Wanjala 22. Johnstone Olindi 23. Isaac Njoroge

KCB II vs Oilers II
1. Jack Adero 2. George Asin 3. Derrick Juma 4. Emanuel Silungi 5. Kolian Persian 6. Manasseh Oduor 7. Elly Mukaizi 8. Bramwel Kilwake 9. Ishmael Gorio 10. Smith Muhoya 11. Billy Omondi 12. Bob Muhati 13. Festus Shiasi 14. Geoffrey Okwatch 15. Elphas Adunga

16. Fidel Maina 17. Dennis Waithaka 18. Godfrey Otieno 19. Martin Owilla 20. Rocky Aguko 21. Bramwel Omondi 22. Arthur Owira 23. Shaban Ahmed

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