Raga House in conjunction with OSBKE came up with the following 15 as the best players for the just concluded 2018/19 Kenya Cup season:
Kenya 7s international Collins Injera, who finished the season as the second top try scorer, breaks KCB’s dominance in the entire forward line as he is named the open-side flanker of the year.
Kabras Sugar’s Hillary Odhiambo pairs Mangeni at second row.
Kenya Harlequin fly-half Eden Agero makes the team after leading his team to the semi-finals and despite being away in a number of weekends with the Kenya 7s, he put up a stellar performance to convince both Raga House and OSBKE.
Runners up Kabras Sugar have winger Felix Ayange, center Nick Baraza and full back Philip Wokorach on the team with the Ugandan also finishing as the top try scorer.
It is also the first time in as many season that Kenya international Darwin Mukidza has missed out. He has not been action since the 44-20 win over Kabras Sugar in March.
Oscar Sorano, Peter Karia and Curtis Lilako are joined by Oliver Mangeni and Kenya 7s international Andrew Amonde. Others are scrum-half Michael Wanjala, winger Jacob Ojee and Center Peter Kilonzo.
Raga House/OSBKE team of the season
15. Philip Wokorach(Kabras) 14. Felix Ayange(Kabras) 13. Peter Kilonzo(KCB) 12. Nick Barasa(Kabras) 11. Jacob Ojee(KCB)10. Eden Agero(Quins) 9. Michael Wanjala(KCB)
1. Oscar Sorano(KCB) 2. Peter Karia(KCB) 3. Curtis Lilako(KCB) 4. Hillary Odhiambo(Kabras) 5. Oliver Mangeni(KCB) 6. Andrew Amonde(KCB) 7. Collins Injera(Mwamba) 8. Peter Waitere(KCB)