KCB’s Ken Isaiah Moseti has announced his retirement from rugby after 16 years of service with his next move being to focus on his studies.
The former Kenya 7s and 15 star announced his retirement via his official Facebook account. In his post, he thanked teammates, friends and coaches who supported him in his rugby career.
“Well, I haven’t prepared a speech but after some serious deliberation however hard it is I have made up my mind to hang my boots and pursue my studies. Am grateful for the experience and friends who have supported me through and not forgetting the lionhearted fans,” his post reads.
“I will forever be grateful for the clubs I played for Nondies, Homeboyz, fishbone and KCB, and to all the coaches who put their faith in me and gave me a chance to showcase my skills both on local and international level Asante. See you in the stands. signing out,” it further reads.
Moseti was part of KCB’s squad that won three straight Kenya Cup titles. The centre who can also play at fly-half was also part of the Enterprise and Floodies success while at the Den. He last featured for KCB’s first team during the 2018/19 Kenya Cup Final staged at Kakamega Showground where KCB beat Kabras 23-15.
In 2019/20 he did not feature for the first team in the regular season. Moseti played for Kenya 7s under Coach Mitch Ocholla during the 2011/12 season while he was at Homeboyz.
He made 13 matches for Kenya 7s and scored a total of 18 points.