Revamping Kampala Old Boys (KOBS) have stepped up their overhaul by signing three Kenyan Cup players ahead of the new season.
The three includes half back Ivan Kirabo from Kabras Sugar – who had earlier been linked to Warriors FC - as well as fly half cum fullback Joseph Aredo and back-rower Ronald Musajjagulanyago, both from Kenyan Harlequin.
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Musajja joined Quins in March 2016 from KOBS while Aredo followed him later in September 2017. Kirabo was part of the Kabras Sugar side that reached Kenya Cup in 2017 and 2018.
While Kabras had announced the departure of Kirabo, Quins made it official very recently that Aredo and Musajja had left their stable for Uganda.
"Thank you for your service Aredo and Ronald Musajja. God speed in your new journey back home, make us proud." said a tweet from Quins
KOBS ended the 2017/18 season trophyless and in their bid to return to winning ways have since brought in Fred Mudoola as head coach to be assisted by Edmund Tumusiime.
The team settled for third and second place in league and national sevens’ series, respectively.
Other than the Kenya Cup trio, KOBS have also roped in lock Robert Aziku from Shell Rimula Rhinos and winger Daniel Ortega from Makerere Impis.
Props Fred Ochan and Joshua Obo, back row David Agassi, scrum half Donald Oketayot, wingers Isaac Tago and Wanda Ssula are the other new additions.