May 17, 2022
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Kenya names strong squad

Newly appointed head coach Damian McGrath has named a pack of experienced Kenyan players for this weekend's Toulouse 7s tournament in France.
 
Archadius Khwesa and Ben Salem are the new faces in the 13-man squad.
 
The duo, alongside Alvin Otieno, Timothy Mmasi and Johnstone Olindi are the five changes from the squad that did duty at the Singapore and Vancouver legs of the series.
 
Kenya faces Fiji in its opening match at 12.34am on Saturday. 
 
Kenya: Nelson Oyoo (Captain), Herman Humwa, Alvin Otieno, Collins Shikoli, Bush Mwale, Timothy Mmasi, Tony Omondi, Johnstone Olindi, Billy Odhiambo, Edmond Anya, Augustine Lugonzo, Archadius Khwesa, Ben Salem.
 
Travelling Reserves: Levy Amunga, Jeffrey Oluoch, Amon Wamalwa.
 
By Romeka Romena  


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