After sitting out of club action for three months due to a knee injury, Kenyan back-rower Joshua Chisanga has returned to action for Polish side RC Orkan Sochaczew.
Due to the injury Chisanga left the club for Kenya in mid-June but made his way back to Poland last week to rejoin the club.
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He was thrown to action on Sunday from where he led RC Orkan Sochaczew to a 15-10 win over KS Budowlani Lublin at the Orkan Stadium.
As he got to the end of his recovery plan, Chisanga was called in by the Kenya Simbas bench - alongside Willy Ambaka for two crucial Africa Gold Cup games against Tunisia and Namibia on 11 and 18 August. While the latter featured in both, Chisanga did not make the final bracket.
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Chisanga left Kenya in late April to join the Eastern Europe side in an estimated eight month deal and featured for the side for a month and a half before the recent injury ruled him out of action.
His return to match action could be a boost to Simbas who are shaping up for a four-nation repechage in Marseille, France in November with the 20th and final 2019 World Cup ticket to Japan at stake.