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Quins, Homeboyz beef squad as Kenya Cup gathers pace

RUGBY By Washington Onyango | January 11th 2022 | 2 min read
Kabras Sugar's Felix Ayange (left) sprints past Brian Oyando of Kenya Harlequins during Kenya Cup match played in Nairobi.[Washington Onyango,Standard]

Kenya Harlequin have signed five players in the midseason transfer window that ended in December last year as the 2021-2022 Kenya Cup gathers momentum.

According to the transfer list published by Kenya Rugby Union, Quins lead the 12-clubs with five signings followed by Kenya Cup leaders Menengai Oilers and Homeboyz who have roped in four new players each.

Quins signed three players from Oilers namely Derrick Ludenyo, Hassan Mwakani and Dennis Omondi.

Biko Masiva will join the trio from Mwamba Rugby together with Allan Odiyo who switches allegiance from USIU Martial.

On the other hand, Oilers have brought in Kenya Simbas scrum-half Sam Onsomu and former Kenya Simbas hooker Colman Were. Others joining include Eugene Asava and Albert Obura.

Homeboyz have roped in Alviko Luvai, Humphrey Wambui, Dennis Curty Degrazia and Joe Awori.

Blak Blad have also signed new faces including Joshua Mwangi and Brian Ogambi

University side Strathmore Leos who are second in the Kenya cup brought in loan players namely Max Atera, Stephen Osumba and Jerry Olola from champions KCB.

KCB and Kabras Sugar did not sign any new faces.

Kenya Harlequins

Newton Derrick Ludenyo Menengai Oilers-Kenya Harlequins

Hassan Mwakani Menengai Oilers-Kenya Harlequins

Dennis Omondi Menengai Oilers-Kenya Harlequins

Biko Masiva Mwamba RFC-Kenya Harlequins

Allan Odiyo USIU-Kenya Harlequins

Menengai Oilers

Samson Onsomu Impala RFC – Menengai Oilers

Colman Were Kabras RFC- Menengai Oilers

Eugene Asava Lubang’a Western Bulls-Menengai Oilers

Albert Obura Strathmore-Menengai Oilers

Blak Blad

Joshua Mwangi KCB -BlakBlad

Brian Ogambi Kenya Harlequins -BlakBlad

Strathmore Leos

Maxwel Atera KCB -Strathmore Leos

Stephen Osumba KCB -Strathmore

Jerry Otieno Olola KCB -Strathmore

Homeboyz

Alviko Luvai Mwamba RFC- Homeboyz

Humphrey Wambui Mwamba RFC-Homeboyz

Dennis Curty Degrazia Nondies-Homeboyz

Awori Joe USIU-Homeboyz

Mwamba RFC

Crispin Omondi Nakuru RFC-Mwamba RFC

Matt Wanjia Kenya Harlequins-Mwamba RFC

Impala Saracens

Kelvin Lumuli Masibo Kitale RFC – Impala RFC

Nakuru RFC

Wesley Kidiga BlakBlad-Nakuru RFC

 

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