Posta Rangers have continued to relish the performance of two of their players, who formed part of the concurring Harambee Stars squad.
The tournament’s Most Valuable Player and Golden Gloves winner, Patrick Matasi and defender Jockins Atudo steered Stars to their first Cecafa title in four years with splendid displays at the two-week competition.
Matasi conceded only two goals in the entire tournament in normal time while Atudo formed a formidable partnership with Gor Mahi captain Musa Mohammed at the back.
Club chairman John Tonui took time to heap praise on duo: “On our two players, Matasi (Patrick) and Atudo (Jockins), we are happy as a club. They are our soldiers and represented us well. The club is delighted with the kind of performance and fighting spirit they put in for Stars. We are happy!
“As Posta, we shall continue to offer support to the national team in any way possible. We are elated with their performance in the tournament and wish them the very best in future international assignments."