- Ronnie Omondi who is the Mwamba’s fullback player has undergone a surgery meant to correct the wrist injury that has been recurring for the last 3 years.
On his official twitter account, Omondi said that the wrist injury is now done. “Now to self-quarantine. Hopefully, this will be the last one. Road to recovery begins and I’ll come back stronger,” added Omondi
Mwamba will be playing Impala in the Kenya cup playoffs. Omondi hopes that he will be fit and strong to participate in the game.
In the meantime, all the rugby and sports games have been postponed as a way to prevent the further spread of coronavirus pandemic in the country.
Another playoffs match that is scheduled to take place is Homeboyz against Menengai Oilers. The winner of this playoff game will face KCB in the semis as the Kabras are waiting for the winner between Mwamba and Impala.
Kenya Rugby union has announced several measures that are supposed to be taken to curb the spread of the disease.
“No team training will occur in the meantime, both at the club and national team level,” said the statement in part.
“Should there be any team activity, players and officials are urged to practice social distancing in all activities, i.e. maintain a distance of 2m from other persons and avoid physical contact. There should be adequate soap, water and sanitizers available for frequent hand-washing as well,” added the statement.
On the other hand, the coaches are advised to send individual and personalized programs to the players. Also, the players are also asked not to use public facilities such as the gym in this moment of self-quarantine.
The Kenyan sports persons should always be careful as the fans are waiting to see them showcasing their usual sensational moves in the pitch.