Kobs players pose for a team photo ahead of the Uganda Cup. Photo Courtesy.

Ugandan side snaps up Quins duo & Kabras ace


Ugandan side Kobs have acquired the services of immediate former Kenya Harlequins duo of Joseph Aredo and Ronald Musajja.

Kabras halfback Ivan Kirabo who was expected to join Warriors RFC has also completed his move to Kobs. Kawowo reports that the three have joined the side which will led by Head coach Fred Mudoola and Edmund Tumusiime.

Others 

Other players that have been signed by Ugandan outfit include Robert Aziku, Daniel Ortega, Fred Ochan, David Agassi, Joshua Obo, Donald Oketayot, Isaac Tago and Wanda Ssula.

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Musajja and Aredo parted ways with Kenya Harlequins a week ago. Aredo had just spent a season with the Ngong Road-based side while Musajja had been with Quins since 2016.

A month

Kirabo parted ways with Kabras close to a month ago. The new faces are expected to boost the Betway sponsored side which will be seeking to dethrone Pirates.

Ivan Kirabo – Scrum Half/Fly Half, Robert Aziku – Lock, Joseph Aredo – Fly Half/Full Back, Fred Ochan – Prop, David Agassi – Back Row, Joshua Obol – Prop, Donald Oketayot – Scrum Half, Daniel Otega – Full Back, Isaac Tago – Winger, Ssula Wanda – Winger, Ronald Mussaja

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