Kenya Simbas fullback Vincent Mose who plys his trade at Impala Rugby Football Club is keen to make his 50th appearance for the team as they play in Repechage.
After a stint in Uganda last year, Vincent Mose returned in time to feature in most of Impala’s Kenya Cup matches, before eventually being recalled to the Kenya Simba’s camp. He featured in the Africa Gold Cup matches but missed the loss to Namibia.
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He has expressed excitement after being picked in the 33 man squad that is preparing for the Repechage tournament, He describes the opportunity as an honour. Owing greatly, to the fact that it is the second time in under a year that the Simba’s will be looking to get a place in the Rugby 15s World Cup in Japan next year.
“Being called up to the National team has always been an honour. I am looking forward to making 50 caps during the Repechage and having a shot the World Cup qualifiers for the second time in a year something to look forward to making the trip happen,” he told Impala media.
The Repechage tournament will be in November in Marseille where Kenya Simba face Canada, Hong Kong, and Germany.
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