USIU have received a major boost ahead of the 2018/19 KRU Championship and Impala Floodlit Varsity finals following the return of dependable halfback Charles Kuka.
The former Mwamba RFC player underwent surgery in April 2018 following a meniscus tear and was expected to miss the opening games of the season despite having resumed light training few months ago
The Club has revealed that the flyhalf has fully recovered and will be in contention for a start in the Floodlit Varsity finals where they will be facing Mean Machine.
“Good news as Kuka will be making a come back from an 8-month knee injury layoff, this weekend in the
#floodies2018 varsity final,” the club announced.
good news as @Kuka_4_real will be making a come back from an 8 month knee injury layoff, this weekend in the #floodies2018 varsity final.#usiurugby#theeastisours#seasonofsuccess pic.twitter.com/i3mXWLHW99
— USIU-AFRICA RUGBY (@usiurfc) October 24, 2018
The club will, however, miss the services of loose forward Tobby Othieno who has been ruled out for 4 weeks after he sprained his ankle in the semi-final against Swaras last weekend.