Amon Wamalwa joins Rhino’s High Perfomance training

Amon Wamalwa and Paul Murunga on Kenya Harlequin bench. Photo/Brian Mwenje.

Amon Wamalwa a former Kenya under 20 player has joined the Rhino’s High-Perfomance training in South Africa.

Wamalwa who represented the Chipu in 2021 will be linking up with countrymen and Chipu players in South Africa for a High-Perfomance 7s/10s training program in Gordons Bay, Western Cape in South Africa.

Wamalwa will be linking up with Jactone Osoo and James Olela of Kabras RFC and Menengai Oilers’ James Asanga.


The camp focuses on preparing players for the tens series and Rugby 10s championship. The players will therefore join the camp for 7s training.

Wamalwa will team up with fellow countrymen where in turn he will join several international players in getting developed and shaped at the facility in the program that started running on January 10th and is to run up to 30th April 2024.

Also notable names from Kenya who have undertaken the training program include Collins Shikoli and Alvin Marube who are based in the USA. Rhinos


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