Kenya Cup side Kabras RFC have roped in South African duo Ntokozo Vidima and Aphiwe Stemele from Border Bulldogs ahead of the 2020/21.
Scrummage has learnt that the duo linked up with Kakamega based side last week ahead of the 2020/21 Kenya Cup campaign preparations. Kabras Chairman Philip Jalang’o confirmed their acquisition to the Star Sport terming them as good additions to his squad.
Stemele is a fly-half and he will be competing for a start slot with fellow South African Ntabeni Dukisa who impressed in his debut season. Stemele played for Bulldogs in the 2019 Currie Cup campaign having joined the side from Swallows.
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Vidima, on the other hand, is a flanker who can also play as a lock and eighth-man. He started his rugby at Glenwood High School and later joined Sharks for Premier rugby union tournament and also played in the Natal U18 KZN sevens. He later graduated to the Sharks under-19 squad.
The loose forward played for Free State Cheetahs and UFS Shimlas between 2015-16 where he featured in tournaments such as 2015, 2016 Under-21 Provincial Championship, the Varsity Cup and 2016 Currie Cup qualification series. He was named in the Cheetahs Super Rugby training squad later in 2017.
Kabras recently appointed Zimbabwean Head Coach Mzingaye Nyathi and South African Felix Reyon as his assistant.