The Kenyan team famously known as Simba are not only seeking to reclaim the Elgon cup from Uganda but winning with quite a big margin so as to better their world rankings.
“We are not taking the match cheaply but will be total business, cialis 40mg http://checkhimout.ca/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar/app/view/admin/plugins/display_error_message.php ” Simba’s head coach Jerome Paarwater told journalists in Nairobi.
The Kenyans enjoyed a cosmic Year 2015 where they broke into the top 30 in global rankings for the first time after defeating Portugal, http://clinico.cl/wp-admin/includes/meta-boxes.php Tunisia and Spain all in Nairobi.
“We not only want to pick that trophy, http://dcointl.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader.php but aiming for fifteen points to improve our ranking,” he added.
Uganda’s Rugby Cranes are the defending champions after they defeated their rivals 30-25 in Kampala to accumulate 47-45 in aggregate in the last edition.
Kenyan team to Uganda:
Forwards: Moses Amusala, Curtis Lilako (KCB), Joseph Kang’ethe, James Kang’ethe (Quins), Sammy Warui (Top Fry Nakuru), Peter Karia (KCB), Oliver Mang’eni (KCB), Simon Muniafu, Eric Kerre (Resolution Impala Saracens)
Backrow: Brian Nyikuli, Tony Owuor (Pan Africa Strathmore Leos), Mike Okombe ( Top Fry Nakuru), Max Adaka (Kabras Sugar), Dan Sikuta (Mwamba)
Backs: Edwin Achayo (Kabras Sugar), Lyle Asiligwa (Quins), Nato Simiyu (Resolution Impala Saracens), Isaac Adimo (Quins), Nick Barasa (Kabras Sugar), David Ambunya (Quins), Darwin Mukidza (KCB), Dennis Muhanji (Quins), Vincent Mose (Resolution Impala Saracens),Tony Onyango (Resolution Impala Saracens)
Head Coach: Jerome Paarwater
Asst. coach: Dominique Habimana Physio: Chris Makachia
Simiyu Wangila (Team Manager)