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Rugby: Nakuru RFC set to retain top players

RUGBY By Ben Ahenda | July 9th 2017
THE TOP FRY GREAT RIFT 10 ASIDE Charlton Mukua of (right) of Topfry Nakuru RFC battles for the ball with Harwell Mudelwa of Prandos during The top Fry Great Rift 10 Aside at Nakuru Athletics club (NAC ) on April 15,2017 .PHOTO:KIPSANG JOSEPH

Top Fry Nakuru RFC will not release three of her top players to Kenya Cup league champions Kabras Sugar RFC. Deputy coach Felix Oloo said Michael Okombe, Collman Were and Charlton Mokua who are reportedly training with Kabras Sugar are doing so at their own peril.

“They are our players and Kabras Sugar have no authority to use them without talking to us. There is no way Kabras Sugar RFC can purport to have recruited them without necessarily following the laid down procedures,” Oloo said. [Ben Ahenda]

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