Kenya Cup side KCB have received a major boost by the return of fly-half Kenny Andola to training after weeks on the sidelines.
Andola has been sidelined for more than two months due to a shoulder injury sustained during the quarterfinals of the Impala Floodlit tournament on Saturday October 1, 2016 at Impala Club.
The South Coast Pirates coach had a partial tear on the bicep joining to the shoulder and did not return by the time he was expected to leading to him missing the rest of the floodlit tournament as well as the Kenya Cup opening rounds.
The shoulder injury also denied Andola a chance to play in Dubai Sevens with UR7s Wanderers and remains sidelined for the fifth round of the Kenya Cup when KCB will be travelling to Kakamega to take on defending champions Kabras Sugar
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