The highlight events, Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) Annual General meeting in march.
The polls will see a change of guard at the helm of the country’s rugby governing body, will surely be key
in determining Kenyan Rugby course for next four years. It is hope of each and every kenyan rugby
stakeholder that those mandated to pick the holders of various positions in the board, in this case the
chairpersons of clubs affiliated to KRU, will make sound decisions that will help sports develop.
The national 15s team will be in the re-branded Africa Gold Cup as they seek to atone for their 2018
undoings when they failed to book a spot in the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.