MARSEILLE, FRANCE - NOVEMBER 17: Tony Onyango Opondo of Kenya breaks clear to score a try during the Rugby World Cup 2019 Repechage match between Hong Kong and Kenya at Stade Delort on November 17, 2018 in Marseille, France. (Photo by Charlie Crowhurst - World Rugby via Getty Images/World Rugby via Getty Images)
Top Shujaa and KCB Rugby Club play Tony Onyango Opondo has passed on. Preliminary reports indicate that Tony collapsed and passed on in his Home in Ngong within the outskirts of Nairobi on the night of 3rd March 2020. Tony an Alumni of Maseno school rose the ranks in the Rugby field going on to play for Simbas for six years, Impala, Strathmore, Homeboys and KCB. He played 29 matches for Kenya in the World Rugby series, scoring 5 tries and scoring 37 points with no yellow cards or red cards. Tony was Born in April 7th 1991 and was 28 years.
Below are a few reactions from Kenyans on his sudden demise.
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