Gewese Blou Bul, J P Nel, en oud-Griekwa, Hakkies Husselman is die nuwe afrigters van die Wit Hingste. 

Kudus se rugbyseisoen begin môre amptelik wanneer hulle gasheer speel vir Wanderers van Windhoek op die Narraville Rugby Stadion. Wanderers wat die afgelope jaar of twee ‘n moeilike seisoen agter die rug het is die jaar met mening terug en die nuwe afrigters wat aangestel is het meegebring dat talle spelers by Wanderers aangesluit het. 

Blou Bul, Jaco Engels speel deesdae ook in die kleure van Wanderers terwyl die Namibiese senter, Johan Tromp, ook Western Suburbs vir Wanderers verruil het. Kudus aan die ander kant het twee nuwe en nog onervare afrigters in Graham Swartz en Clifford Block aangestel nadat Donovan Paulse en Elic De Wee hulle nie weer beskikbaar gestel het nie en onderskeidelik by De Duine en Walvisbaai Rugbyklub gaan aansluit het. 

Kudus se grootste uitdaging egter is om die leemtes te vul wat gelos is met talle spelers wat ander heenkome gevind het.Veral agterlangs is Kudus erg ontwrig met Bevan Botha (UJ), Lloyd Jacobs (Sharks Akademie), Quintin Fielding (Dolphin), Aurelio Plato (Unam), Rayton Paulse (Unam), Keeane Wellman ( Western Suburbs) wat nie meer vir Kudus speel nie terwyl Claus Zeilinger en Tyrone Melando se werksverpligtinge dit ook moeilik maak om rugby te speel. 

Voorlangs is Desederuis Settie ook Unam toe. Om Wanderers dus môre sonder ten, minste agt premier liga spelers aan te pak gaan ‘n massiewe taak wees om nog boonop aan die wenkant te eindig gaan ‘n amper bomenslike taak wees. Die nuwe bestuur en afrigtingspan sien dit egter as ‘n geleentheid vir nuwe talent om nou hand op te steek en sy kleim in die eerste span af te steek. Kudus nooi sy kannie dood ondersteuners om die span môre in Huis van Pyn te kom ondersteun en te help om die wa deur die drif te trek. 

Die eerste wedstryd skop om 13:30 af wanneer die tweede spanne mekaar die stryd aansê. Hekgeld is N$20.00 per person, N$10.00 per skolier, en N$10.00 per motor.

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