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Heathens v Buffaloes
Onyango, a former Kenyan international, had initially named twenty one players to his squad, dropping five this past weekend.
He was quoted in a recent interview saying, “I’m confident that by the time we head to Mombasa the team will be strong but all the same that aggressiveness and speed is our focus now that we have identified their playing partnership.”
The sixteen players in Onyango’s squad are Alfred Bijik (Captain/Buffaloes). Emmanuel Echodu(XFM Impis), Ezekiel Okol(Toyota Buffaloes), Uhuru Charles(Toyota Buffaloes),Ramathan Govire(DMark Kobs), Asuman Mugerwa(MTN Heathens),Isaac Kimera(Mutoni Warriors), James Ijongyat(DMark Kobs),Gabriel Aredo(Mutoni Warriors),Jasper Ochen(MTN Heathens),Charles Chandia(G4S Pirates),Jimmy Musiitwa(Rhinos),Philip Pariyo(Toyota Buffaloes), Keith Seruyange(XFM Impis), David Otwi(Mutoni Warriors),Onenchan Charles(Toyota Buffaloes)
Four more players will be dropped before the team departs for Mombasa on 25th April with almost half the team poised to feature in Saturday’s Nile Special Super 8 League finale between MTN Heathens and Toyota Marsh Buffaloes with Asuman Mugerwa, Allan Okello and Buffaloes’ Phillip Pario, Alfred Bijik, Onen Chan of Hearthens juggling club and national team training.
Pool A: Zimbabwe, Ivory Coast, Morocco and Kenya C
Pool B: Zambia, Tunisia, Namibia and Kenya B
Pool C: Uganda, Nigeria, Senegal and Madagascar