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Departed KCB star James Kilonzo career in pictures

KCB Rugby Club is mourning the demise of star James Kilonzo who was shot dead by thugs in Kasarani in a money transfer shop on Monday 24th July.
Kilonzo who was born on 19 September 1994,  spent his high school days at Masinga and first played for Catholic Monks in 2014 before crossing over to KCB rugby to join his brother Peter Kilonzo in 2015. At KCB he has won several silverware including the 2015 Kakamega 10s.
Enterprise Cup/Kenya Cup champion
He won the Enterprise Cup with KCB in 2016 and he is remembered for scoring the only try that gave KCB a 11-9 win over Homeboyz in the Enterprise Cup Semis in 2017.
He was also part of KCB squad that won the Kenya Cup and Enterprise Cup title in 2016.
The club and family of Kilonzo are planning for his send off and you can offer your support to the family by contributing towards his funeral expenses through  MPESA, Paybill. Business No:928333, Account No:your name.
Here are some of Kilonzo’s photos in action for Catholic Monks and KCB rugby Club.

Kilonzo paces past Reinard Ashioya in action during his days at Catholic Monks.

Kilonzo (first on the right) warms downs after a match at Kakamega High school grounds.

Kilonzo in action against Mwamba

Kilonzo on a break during a Kenya Cup tie against Strathmore Leos. Photo courtesy .

Kilonzo fends off Kabras players in a past Kenya Cup action. Photo Courtesy.

Kilonzo tries to break a tackle against Homeboyz in a Enterprise Semi final clash. Photo courtesy.

Kilonzo (first from left) poses with his teammates during preseason tour in South Africa. Photo courtesy

Kilonzo holds the Kenya Cup trophy alongside skipper Curtis Lilako and Darwin Mukidza. Photo Courtesy.

Rest in Peace Champion

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