NAIROBI (Xinhua) --
Wilson Kopondo has recovered from an
injury and will help Kenya play against Tunisia in the in the
Rugby Africa Gold Cup on July 8.
Kopondo, who will wear
the captain’s armband, was last in action during the 29-30 loss
to Germany in May and Coach Jerome Paarwater from South Africa
has viewed him as an asset and will throw him straight into the
team for the challenge against the North Africans.
Kopondo will work together with George Nyambua, who makes his
full test debut, after three appearances off the bench as does
Leo Seje who will partner David Ambunya in the midfield.
There are four changes off the bench, Oscar Simiyu, Martin
Owila, Dennis Muhanji and Lyle Asiligwa all included in the team
as Paarwater’s charges plot for Tunisia downfall.
Kenya Team: Tony Onyango, Darwin Mukidza, David Ambunya, Leo
Seje, Jacob Ojee, Isaac Adimo, Sam Onsomu, Moses Amusala, Peter
Karia, Dennis Karani, Wilson Kopondo (captain), George Nyambua,
Eric Kerre, Davis Chenge, Joshua Chisanga.