Kabras dynamo Sikuta announces exit from Kenya Cup champions
Kabras Sugar Rugby Club former skipper Dan Sikuta has announced that he will be leaving the rugby powerhouse who are the back-to-back Kenya Cup and Enterprise Cup Champions when his contract expires next month.
Speaking over the weekend, Sikuta however said that he has no regrets, but is all proud of what he has achieved so far for the sugar millers.
“It has been a tough decision to make leaving Kabras RFC which has been home to me for many years. We had a meeting with club management and agreed that I will leave the club when my contract expires next month,” Sikuta said.
The flanker who also played for Mwamba Rugby Club from 2010 to 2016 before joining Kabras Sugar Rugby Club in 2016 said that he was very proud of the titles he won with Kabras which are two Kenya Cups, two Enterprise Cups and a Seven’s National circuit cup as well as a charity cup.
“All these we have earned through determination, belief, discipline and hard work from all the club stakeholders especially the coaches that have moulded me into being this man today,” he added.
The 30-year-old standing at six feet and three inches was appointed captain for Kabras back in 2021 until George Nyambua took over last season.
He still has not announced his next move, but the rumours in the corridors of the Kenyan rugby world are hinting at a return to his former club Mwamba RFC.