Sean Odera of the Rift Valley Lakers and Eceru Benjamin of the Kampala Giants claimed the prestigious title of Player of the Tournament in the Futures Cup played from Thursday-Sunday at St Christopher International School.
Odera, was instrumental in the Lakers’ impressive run in the competition while Eceru a fly-half who hails from Kyadondo Age Grade helped his side finish second in the competition.
Roykean Chisutia of the Western Hurricanes emerged as the tournament’s top try scorer with his side finishing third in the competition.
Daniel Wafula, representing the Western Wanderers, claimed the top scorer title in the points-scoring department.
The dream team has also been announced with almost all the teams represented.
The tournament organized by DBA Africa, in partnership with the Kenya Rugby Union and the Uganda Rugby Union, featured under the U15.
This year’s tournament featured eight U15 regional teams, including Central, Coastal, Rift Valley, two Nairobi sides, two Western sides, and a team from Kampala.
Future Cup dream team
1- Julius Kibet – Nairobi lightning
2 – Suyoshi Monda – Nairobi Bulldozers
3 – Robert Rust – Nairobi Bulldozers
4 – Titus Wekesa – Western Wanderers
5 – Adrian Abwanga Western Hurricanes
6 – Eugine Okoth – Central avalanche
7 – Abdurahman ali – Kampala Giants
8 – John Ongono – Western Wanderers
9 – Thomas Sicheng – Rift Valley Lakers
10 – Max Arensen; Nairobi bulldozers
11 – Eceru Benjamin – Kampala Giants
12 – Sean Odera – Rift Valley Lakers
13 – Roykean Chisutia – Western Hurricanes
14 – David Juma – Coastal tsunamis
15 – Daniel Wafula – Western Wanderers
Top try scorer: Roykean Chisutia – Western Hurricanes
Top points scorer: Daniel Wafula – Western Wanderers
Player of the tournament: Sean Odera – Rift Valley Lakers and Eceru Benjamin – Kampala Giants