• The model and style of play are some of the aspects that were looked at-Olago.
• Over 100 players expected to feature in the trials.
KCB rugby team has produced nineteen players for the Simbas trials for the Currie Cup tournament set for this Saturday at the RFUEA grounds.
Oscar Sorano, Thomas Okidia, Griffin Mushila, Wilfred Waswa, Samwel Silungi and Elvis Olukusi, have been named.
Others are Felix Ojoo, Peter Waitere, Davis Chenge, Samwel Asati, Steve Wamae, Brian Wahinya and Mickey Wanjala also made the cut.
The likes of Johnstone Olindi, Bob Muhati, Geoffrey Okwach, Michael Kimwele, Isaac Njoroge and Peter Kilonzo have also been selected for the day-long trials.
KCB coach Curtis Olago who has been appointed Simbas' assistant coach alongside Kabras' Carlos Katywa, said the Simbas technical bench did thorough profiling of the players before coming up with the names.
"It's not about a certain team or players. The model and style of play are some of the aspects that were looked at," Olago said.
Over 100 players drawn from various clubs such as Kabras, KCB, Menengai Oilers, Quins, Strathmore, Mwamba amongst others, are expected to feature for the trials.
The Currie Cup tournament will be held in South Africa next month.