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Kenya have selected five new players for the East and Central Africa youth tournament which gets underway on Sunday.
The five new players include Nikit Shaha, Harrison Ambani, Ivan karim, Deresh Patel and David Muibo. The team of 14 players was named as the team did their final touches today at Sir Ali Muslim club in Nairobi.
Coach David Asiji said only four players who featured in last year's tournament are in the squad among them Kennedy Owino, Immanuel Bundi and Kewal Patel.
Asiji said they are seeking to reclaim the title from Uganda who beat them in the final last year. The event will feature four countries from east and central Africa among them hosts Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda.
Full story at Kenya Broadcasting Corporation’s site.
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