Kenya Cup side Mwamba Rugby Club on Saturday presented Christmas hampers to players and technical staff at Railways Club.
The initiative led by fans was sponsored by the Clubs management, generals,Stanbic Bank and other club partners. The event also marked the final day at the iconic and historical Railway Club.
The Club is expected to look for a new homeground with the Railways Club has been their home ground for decades having been handed to Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA).
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Parts of the ground have been used to build a bus terminal which will serve vehicles from Rongai, Ngong and Machakos as a way to reduce congestion in the City as the Expressway is built.
“The event also doubled up as the last club function at the iconic and historical Railway Club, affectionately known as Reru, as parts of the grounds have been turned into a bus terminus. Kulabu Pride wishes the entire Kenya Rugby fraternity a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year,” reads part of the statement by the club.
The Stanbic Mwamba Rugby Club on Saturday presented Christmas hampers to players and technical staff at Railway Club. This was a fans led initiative, proudly supported by the Management, Generals and @StanbicKE, the club's partners. pic.twitter.com/qTt1jHjiPr
— Mwamba Rugby Club (@MwambaRFC) December 19, 2020
Mwamba finished the Kenya Cup season at position five with 43 points. Kulabu managed nine wins and lost seven matches. They were scheduled to face Impala in the kenya Cup playoffs but the season was cancelled due to COVID-19 situation.