Resolution Impala Saracens’ centre Leo Seje is excited about making his Kenya Simbas debut on Saturday when the side comes up against Tunisia in a Rugby Africa Gold Cup clash at the RFUEA grounds.
Seje has been handed a start at inside centre replacing Kenya Harlequins’ Patrice Agunda and the former Maseno School player is looking forward to the challenge.
“Iam pretty honoured and looking forward to don the jersey on Saturday against Tunisia,”Seje told KRU.”Iam looking forward to giving my best and from there we can think about the upcoming matches,”he concluded.
The 26 year old has previously had a stint in Australia where he plied his trade with the Melbourne Rebels before making a return to Impala Saracens.
Jerome Paarwaters’ charges will be hoping to outwit Tunisia and climb up the log after a 33 all draw against Uganda Cranes on match day one.