Nakuru bag new faces, eye title glory

By Ben Ahenda: Tuesday, January 7th 2020 at 05:10 GMT +3 | Rugby
Geoffrey Ominde of Top Fry Nakuru RFC taking a penalty kick against Menengai Oilers during the Kenya cup Match played at at Nakuru Athleticism Club (NAC) on February 16,2019.Photo:Kipsang Joseph/Standard

After losing several key players, Nakuru RFC has landed the services of four experienced players to fill the void. 

Head coach Felix Oloo said they have signed Kabras Sugar back row Kevin Kabole, lock Thomas Okeyo from Kabianga High School and Menengai Oilers duo of centre Victor Matiko and winger Blastus Juma. 

They replace scrum-half and kicker specialist Geoffrey Ominde, who has joined Menengai Oilers on a six-month loan, back row Dalmus Chituyi (Oilers), centre Walter Okoth who has joined Kabras Sugar and Erick Nyangoya who returned to parent club Eldoret RFC.

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