Kenyan rugby star Tony Onyango has died after collapsing in his house last night.
The Kenya Sevens and Simba fullback had come home from training with his team when he later collapsed at his Ngong home.
In a statement to news rooms, KCB Team Manager Philip Wamae, has confirmed the sudden death of the KCB Rugby player Tony Onyango Opondo.
The Kenya Simbas international, captained Maseno School during his High School days before joining Impala Saracens, Strathmore University, Homeboyz Rugby and eventually KCB where he played until his death.
He was in the Strathmore Leos squad that reached Kenya Cup final in 2013, won National sevens circuit with Homeboyz in 2016 and Kenya Cup title with KCB.
Former Strathmore Leos team manager Fahad Adil has eulogized Onyango as a great player, a great father & a very good man.
Onyango played for Kenya U19s in 2010, got his first Kenya Simbas call up in April 2012 by Michael Tank Otieno, played for Kenya Sevens under Paul Treu in 2015 and was a Kenya Simbas regular.
His body has since been taken to Umash Funeral Home with the post morterm set to be done in the coming days to determine the death.