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Rugby: Unvaccinated players will not be allowed to compete in Kenya Cup

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Unvaccinated rugby players on several teams such as the Mwamba, Homeboyz, and Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) will not be allowed to take part in this year’s Kenya Cup.

“NO team will be allowed to field players not yet fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and all team managers to compile vaccination certificates and send to KRU on or before Wednesday, November 24, 2021.

Unvaccinated players shall also be considered ineligible.”Kenya Rugby Union (KRU0 said

There are six matches on the cards as the 2021/22 Kenya Cup season kicks off on Saturday, November 27, 2021.

The season will again be played on a one-off, round-robin basis with the top four teams qualifying for the semifinal playoffs with the final slated for Saturday, March 5 2022.

Strathmore Leos get the new season underway when they host Topfry Nakuru in the day’s early kick-off at the RFUEA Ground.

This match will pave the way for the Ngong Road derby when hosts Kenya Harlequin and Resolution Impala Saracens face off in the subsequent fixture at the RFUEA.

Last season’s runners-up Kabras Sugar will be at home to Kenyatta University’s Blak Blad at the Moi Showground, Kakamega with Masinde Muliro hosting Nondescripts at the MMUST Campus in Lurambi, Kakamega.

Menengai Oilers welcome Mwamba to the Moi Showground, Nakuru while defending champions KCB host Homeboyz at the KCB Sports Club in Ruaraka, Nairobi.

This year’s league season will also incorporate women’s action. There will be three fixtures this weekend starting with the early kick-off between Mwamba and Topfry Nakuru at the RFUEA.

Ruckit and Yamananshi Impala will duel at the Impala Club with Homeboyz and Northern Suburbs facing off in Ruaraka.

Match Day 1, Saturday, November 27 2021

Kenya Cup

Strathmore Leos v Topfry Nakuru, 1.00pm, RFUEA, Nairobi (live)

Kenya Harlequin v Resolution Impala Saracens, 3.00pm, RFUEA, Nairobi (live)

Kabras Sugar v Blak Blad, 3.00pm, Moi Showground, Kakamega

Masinde Muliro v Nondescripts, 3.00pm, MMUST, Kakamega

Menengai Oilers v Mwamba, 3.00pm,Moi Showground, Nakuru

KCB v Homeboyz, 3.00pm, KCB Sports Club, Ruaraka

Women’s Kenya Cup

Mwamba v Topfry Nakuru, 11.00am, RFUEA, Nairobi

Ruckit v Yamanashi Impala Saracens, 1.00pm, Impala Club, Nairobi

Homeboyz v Northern Suburbs, 1.00pm, KCB Sports Club, Ruaraka

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Top Kenyan athletes whose deaths shocked the nation

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Kenyan athletes are the most patriotic people who put and keep Kenya on the world map. With their exemplary performance and dedication, they have bought many medals and awards for our country.

Losing any of them is always a big blow to their family and our country as a whole. Sudden death is always a shock, especially when coupled with suspicious activity like murder hurts the most.

Here is a list of the most promising Kenyan athletes whose deaths shocked the nation.

Agnes Jerop Tirop

Tirop was confirmed dead on October 13, 2021, in her house. Detectives confirmed that her body had several stab wounds.

Jebet won several races right from when she was still a junior her notable win was the 5000m bronze in world championships in 2012 and 2014. In the senior stage, Jebet won the World Cross Country championship and was the second youngest athlete to win gold.

A further autopsy was conducted at the Iten County Referral hospital which revealed she died from her injuries on her neck. She was also hit on the head with a blunt object. Her husband Ibrahim Rotich was arrested in connection with the murder.

Samuel Wanjiru

Wanjiru was the first Kenyan athlete to win the first Olympic marathon Gold in record time in 2008 in Beijing, China.

In October 2009, Wanjiru raked millions and flew Kenya’s flag high when he won both Chicago Marathon and London Marathon.

Wanjiru died in May 2011 after falling from the balcony of his home in Muthaiga estate Nyahururu.

Reports made suggest that Wanjiru was drinking on the night he died. He had company with an unidentified woman at a pub whom he went with home and his wife Triza Njeri found them.

The couple quarreled before she locked Wanjiru and the woman upstairs, leaving them with no way out.

Its reported he dropped from the balcony a few moments later and till now no one knows whether Wanjiru was pushed or jumped.

Hoseah Mwok Macharinyang

Hoseah Mwok Macharinyang is a Kenyan athlete who died on the 9th of October aged 35. Hosea was famed for the 10,000 meters and cross country running. His major win was at the IAAF world cross country championship in 2006 and 2008.

Mwok committed suicide under unclear circumstances and was found hanging from a rope in his cattle shed.

He was suspected to be suffering from mental illness before his death.

Francis Kiplagat

The long-distance athlete Francis Kiplagat died in February 2018 in a car accident in the Kikopey area in Nairobi.

Kiplagat was traveling with 2010 African men’s 5,000m silver medallist Vincent Yator before the incident happened on Monday night.

Kiplagat has nine career victories to his name with personal bests of 14:58 in the 5km, 29:45 (10km), 62:49 half marathon, and a 2:15:57 marathon.

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The loss of these athletes shocked the whole nation as it was a loss of great talent and amazing patriotic citizens.

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