KCB rugby skipper Curtis Lilako retires

KCB Rugby after a past action. Photo Courtesy/KCB Rugby
KCB Rugby after a past action. Photo Courtesy/KCB Rugby

KCB rugby captain, Curtis Lilako, has announced his retirement from the sport after the conclusion of the 15s season.

The announcement was made on his official Twitter account where he posted a photo of himself in national jersey and KCB jersey with the hashtag #CL3Out.

Lilako has had a successful rugby career, leading KCB to major trophies including a four-peat in the Kenya Cup between 2017 and 2021. He also won several Enterprise Cup and Floodies titles with the team.

Lilako had 38 caps for the Simbas, with his last match being when he captained Kenya to a 31-16 victory over Zambia at the RFUEA on Saturday, 24th August 2019 in the Victoria Cup.

Lilako’s retirement is a big loss to KCB , but his legacy and contribution to the sport will forever be remembered. His leadership, hard work, and dedication to the game will serve as an inspiration to many young rugby players who look up to him as a role model

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