Kenyan international Ken Moseti this week announced retirement from club rugby ending a career spanning 16 years.
Moseti, who until his retirement played for Kenya Cup champions KCB, said “after some serious deliberation however hard it is I have made up my mind to hang my boots and pursue my studies”.
The Nairobi School alumnus also played for Kenya Cup sides Nondies and Homeboyz Rugby as well as Kenya 7s and Kenya Simbas.
Talking to Raga House on how he arrived at this decision, the Kenya Cup winner said “I felt the time had come for me to pursue my degree; something I had put on hold for sometime.”
“I didn’t see this coming but I felt the time was right.”
Moseti’s career highlight says was winning three Kenya Cup titles on the bounce. He was part of the KCB squad that won in 2017, 2018 and 2019.
“Jacob Ojee is the best team mate I played with while Impala’s Nato Simiyu remains the toughest player I have faced,” added Moseti.
“I will forever be grateful for the clubs I played for Nondies, Homeboyz, Fishbone and KCB and to all the coaches who put their faith in me and gave me a chance to showcase my skills both on local and international level Asante”
“I will definitely miss the hurdle.”
KCB are in Kenya Cup semis -put on hold for 30 days- awaiting winner between Homeboyz and Menengai Oilers.