Mukidza announces his retirement from international rugby

Darwin Mukidza has announced his retirmenet from international matches.

The KCB Rugby Club winger and fullback Mukidza has played for Kenya Simba for eight years after making his debut in 2015 in Nairobi.

On his facebook page, the 35 year old announced his retirement after representing the country in the 2023 Rugby World Cup Final Qualification tournament in November, last year in Dubai

Mukidza noted that as he calls it a day on what he described as an

“Eight years since I first had the honour of representing Kenya and got to experience the feeling of singing out the national anthem at a parked RFUEA grounds, before taking on Portugal in 2015,” said Mukidza.

He said he will forever cherish every time he put on Simbas’ jersey.

“There were moments I would not trade for anything else in this world. It is an experience that I would love to have, for as long as is humanly possible,” said Mukidza “It is time to call it a day on my international career and allow the next generation of players to take us to a Rugby World Cup.”

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