Kelvin Kabole made a move to Nakuru four months ago, after having spent six years with Kakamega based side Kabras.
Kabole’s stay at Kabras was a successful one as he scooped the National 7s Circuit in 2017 and the Enterprise Cup in 2019. He, however, had minimal playtime in the first team during the final seasons with Sugarmen.
The loose forward would sign for Nakuru in the 2019/20 midseason transfer window. He says he decided to leave Kabras after he felt it was the right time for a change and to ‘explore new ventures’ with Nakuru RFC being the best option.
“After being with Kabras for six years, I believed it was time for a change to explore new ventures. My time there was great, no doubt but it was time to explore my full potential as a player and I knew moving to Nakuru would be best for me,” he told Scrummage.
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When asked why he felt Nakuru was the best option he said having many friends at the club and the conducive environment in Nakuru made him settle for the side.
“I chose Nakuru because it has always felt like home to me. I already had many friends in the team and life in the town is friendly and conducive,” he added.
Kabole had an impressive start with the side and has enjoyed the first-team playtime in the final matches of the 2019/20 season.