Mid season transfers: SC Pirates, Kabarak, Prison and Mbale done deals

South Coast Pirates signed four players with three coming from TUM Marines in the just concluded midseason transfer window.

According to the transfer list published by KRU, Kevin Amiani coached side have Benedict Wesonga, David Abiga and Elias Gitonga from TUM. Andres Kabue has joined from Meru.

Kabarak University have landed Nakuru RFC duo David Oduor and Bonveture Otieno. Nationwide side Kenya Prisons signed 13 players from Blak Blad while Mbale got eight players from MMUST.

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South Coast Pirates

Andres Kabue Meru RFC-South Coast Pirates

Elias Gitonga Technical University Of Mombasa- South Coast Pirates

Benedict Wesonga Technical University Of Mombasa- South Coast Pirates

David Fredrick Abiga Technical University Of Mombasa- South Coast Pirates


David Oduor Oloo Nakuru RFC-Kabarak University

Bonventure Otieno Opande        Nakuru RFC- Kabarak University

Kenya Prisons

Peter Nyaga       BlakBlad- Kenya Prisons

Lincon Agade     BlakBlad -Kenya Prisons

Derrick Mboya  BlakBlad-Kenya Prisons

John Njoroge     BlakBlad -Kenya Prisons

Butros Abuga     BlakBlad -Kenya Prisons

Kingfisher Munene BlakBlad-Kenya Prisons

Halleck Masete BlakBlad- Kenya Prisons

Arnold Abuga    BlakBlad -Kenya Prisons

Obed Nyaribo    BlakBlad -Kenya Prisons

Maurice Paul      BlakBlad -Kenya Prisons

Njiru Kariuki       BlakBlad -Kenya Prisons

Winston Ayieko BlakBlad -Kenya Prisons

Collins Amayo   BlakBlad- Kenya Prisons

Citam Kisumu

Washington Ochieng Jaramogi University -Citam Kisumu

Levick Omondi  Maseno University -Citam Kisumu

Mbale RFC

Shume Lemmy  MMUST- Mbale RFC

Victor Kihare      MMUST -Mbale RFC

Michael Kansika   MMUST -Mbale RFC

Ian Osoro            MMUST- Mbale RFC

Sadala Mohamed MMUST -Mbale RFC

Oscar Opiyo        MMUST- Mbale RFC

Nijel Obare         MMUST-Mbale RFC

Felix Omollo       MMUST-Mbale RFC

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