Ugandan International Philip Wokorach has bid goodbye, Bourges XV as he moves to French Federal 1 side ASBC (Bédarrides Châteauneuf-du-Pape).
The former Kabras star signed a deal with ASBC in mid-May 2020. The deal with ASBC saw the back end his association with Bourges a side he spend a season with and helped them to earn a slot in the fourth tier.
Wokorach says he has mixed emotions as he exits the club. The talisman is confident that he will have great and beautiful memories in his new home. He has wished his former side all the best as they join federal 4.
“Having Mixed emotions right now coz the day has come when I have to leave a place I first called home in France. But one thing am sure of is that I am going with great n beautiful memories. Thank you so much BourgesXV and good luck next season. Merci pour tout à bientôt,” he tweeted
Having Mixed emotions right now coz the day has come when I have to leave a place i first called home in France🇫🇷.But one thing am sure of is that I am going with great n beautiful memories.Thank you so much BourgesXV🙏🏿and good luck next season💪🏿.Merci pour tout 🙏🏿🙏🏿
à bientôt👌🏿 pic.twitter.com/CepbfZXPcN
— PHILIP WOKORACH (@WokorachPhilip) July 15, 2020
ASBC will be Wokorach’s second rugby club since leaving Kabras. The Ugandan left the Kenya Cup after having been a finalist three times, won the National 7s Circuit and the Enterprise Cup.
He bagged individual accolades such as Kenya Cup top points and try scorer awards. He was also named the Most Valuable Player in the Enterprise Cup.