Kenya U20 squad in a Barthes Cup event. Photo Courtesy/KRU

Kenya U20 final squad for 2023 World U20 Trophy named

Kenya U20 head coach Curtis Olago has named the squad that will feature in the World U20 Trophy set for Nyayo Stadium from 15-30 July 2023.

The squad includes some exciting additions, such as UK-based fly-half Spenser Davis, who is currently studying at the London School of Economics.

Also joining the team is James Olela from Kabras RFC, who made his mark by scoring against KCB Rugby in the Enterprise Cup final.

Both Davis and Olela were not part of the Barthes Trophy squad but have earned their spots in the U20 team.

Other notable inclusions in the squad are Victor Odhiambo from Strathmore Leos, Alvin Kalori from Kisumu, and Andycole Omollo from MMUST.

The team, known as Chipu, has been placed in Group B alongside Hong Kong China, Samoa, and Spain for the World Rugby U20 Trophy.

This tournament marks the return of the U20 Trophy in 2023 after a four-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

It is also a significant moment for Kenya as the competition returns to the country for the first time since 2009, providing an excellent opportunity for the young Kenyan players to showcase their talent on home soil.

Kenya U20 final squad

Raymond Chacha (Strathmore Leos), Brian Makaya (Mean Machine), Vincent Ochieng (Kenya Harlequin), George Otieno (Shamas), Mike Oduor (Daystar Falcons), Michael Wamalwa (KCB), Jeremy Odhiambo (Catholic Monks), Geylord Ngasi (Daystar Falcons), Wickliffe Otieno (Daystar Falcons), Victor Odhiambo(Strathmore Leos), Andycole Omolo (Masinde Muliro), Dennis Kisingú ( Strathmore Leos), Nathan Tsindoli (Daystar Falcons), Laban Kipsang (Kenya Harlequin), Jacktone Omondi (Kabras Sugar), James Tsinalo Asanga (Menengai Oilers), Iddo Kuto (Kenya Harlequin), Stanslaus Shikoli (Strathmore Leos), Spencer Davis (Bryanston School, England), James Olela (Kabras Sugar), Brian Mwendwa (Strathmore Leos), Faran JUma (Kenya Harlequin), Zephenes Obwanga (Catholic Monks), Felix Chacha (Mwamba), Eddy Wambugu (Daystar Falcons), Raphael Wanga (Strathmore Leos), Patrick Wainaina (Kenya Harlequin), Alvin Kalori (Kisumu)

MANAGEMENT: Curtis Aluoch (Head Coach), Richmond Barasa (Assistant Coach), Benjamin Ojema ( Assistant Coach), William Motto (Assistant Coach), Peter Mutai (Team Manager), Samuel Ochieng ( Physio)

World Rugby U20 Trophy, Nyayo National Stadium

Match Day 1 | Saturday 15 July 2023

Scotland v Zimbabwe | 10.00am

Samoa v Kenya | 12.00pm

Uruguay v USA | 2.00pm

Spain v Hong Kong China | 4.00pm

Match Day 2 | Thursday 20 July 2023

Samoa v Hong Kong China | 10.00am

Uruguay v Zimbabwe | 12.00pm

Scotland v USA | 2.00pm

Spain v Kenya | 4.00pm

Match Day 3 | Tuesday 25 July 2023

USA v Zimbabwe | 10.00am

Kenya v Hong Kong China | 12.00pm

Spain v Samoa | 2.00pm

Scotland v Uruguay | 4.00pm

Match Day 4 | Sunday 30 July 2023

Group A 4th v Group B 4th | 10.00am

Group A 3rd v Group B 3rd | 12.00pm

Group A 2nd v Group B 2nd | 2.00pm

Group A 1st v Group B 1st | 4.00pm

Kenya U20 final squad for 2023 World U20 Trophy named
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