Long serving Strathmore Leos Head Coach Mitch Ocholla has left the side after a 12 year stint in charge. He is widely expected to join Top Fry Nakuru in the same capacity.
Kabras were first on the scoreboard through a Philip Wokorach try that saw Ivan Chirabo add the extras five minutes into the match. Applying pressure to the KCB side, an infringement by the bankers saw Kabras boot in three points through Wokorach. KCB narrowed the gap as Marlin Mukolwe split the posts giving his side
KCB II defeated Strathmore II 15-10 to lift the Mwamba Cup II title on Saturday 27 May 2017 at the Impala Club. They led 12-10 at the interval with tries coming from Broddy Kaigai scoring first as the conversion sailed wide. Elly Mukaisi scored the second try with Esau Otieno booting in the extras. Second
Kabras Sugar have named their match day 23 for Saturday’s Enterprise Cup final against champions KCB at the RFUEA Ground.
Kenya Sevens skipper Andrew Amonde starts at blindside as champions KCB named their line up for Saturday’s Enterprise Cup final against Kabras Sugar at the RFUEA Ground.
Zimbabwe’s Gandiwa Talent will be the man in charge of Saturday’s Enterprise Cup final between defending champions KCB and Kabras Sugar. He will be assisted by Moses Ndungu and Victor Oduor.
Saturday’s Enterprise Cup final between champions KCB and Kabras Sugar will kickoff at midday at the RFUEA Ground.
Strathmore Leos walked away with a 8-7 win over Homeboyz II earlier this afternoon booking a slot in the finals against KCB II. KCB beat the defending Champions Nakuru II at the NAC beating them 18-6 at Full Time. Strathmore and KCB will meet next weekend in the final.
Champions KCB sailed to their fourth successive Enterprise Cup final since 2014 after beating Homeboyz RFC 11-9 in a match played at the Ruaraka grounds in 20th May. They will have to overcome Kabras Sugar at the RFUEA on Saturday 27 May 2017 if they are to claim a third successive title and complete the season’s double, having already claimed the Kenya Cup at this venue on 22 April.
Impala’s George Okowa missed a last gasp penalty to hand hosts Kabras Sugar a second successive Enterprise Cup final berth with a 16-15 semifinal win over gritty Resolution Impala Saracens at the Kakamega Showground on Saturday 20 May 2017.
Kabras Sugar, beaten finalists last year, face Resolution Impala Saracens in Enterprise Cup semifinal action at the Kakamega Showground. The sugarmen, who relinquished their Kenya Cup in that 8-36 loss to KCB slightly under a month ago, will look to march to the cup final and will count on their recent home dominance over their visitors, as well as the wet condition to establish a stranglehold on the game. They began their campaign with a 50-11 quarterfinal win over Nondescripts last weekend.
This year’s Mwamba Cup comprises of the teams that participated in the KRU Championship League.
Beryl Akinyi will lead an all ladies team in officiating the KRU Championship final between Resolution Kisii and Mombasa at the Kenyatta University on Saturday.
The KRU Championship final match between Resolution Kisii and Mombasa RFC will take place at the Kenyatta University ground on Saturday 22 April 2017.
Mombasa, Kisii Gained Kenya Cup Promotion After Winning Their Championship Semifinal Fixtures On Saturday 8 April 2017.
Mombasa and USIU are through to the KRU Championship semifinals after winning their Top Six playoff fixtures on Saturday 1 April 2017.
The KRU Championship Top Six playoffs pits USIU against South Coast Pirates at the USIU Ground USIU, who finished third in the regular season posted a 27-0 win over the Pirates when the two sides clashed in Ukunda on Saturday 11 March and will be looking do the double and reach the semifinals as they keep their quest for a return to the Kenya Cup alive. The winner of this tie will play away to Resolution Kisii next weekend.
Curtains fell on the Championship league with two teams assured of a relegation as the league heads to the semi finals. The Catholic Monks had a great outing beating Varsity counterparts JKUAT Cougars 40-3 in a match played at the Monks’ grounds. Kisumu’s travel to Moi University bore fruits as they left the pitch
The league phase in the KRU Championship also comes to an end this weekend. South Coast Pirates and the already qualified Resolution Kisii have already completed their fixtures. Thika RFC welcome coastal side Mombasa RFC who are sixth on the Championship log with a total of 27 points after the twelfth round. Second placed Catholic
The Catholic Monks escaped a near loss in the hands of Kisumu RFC at the Mamboleo showgrounds to win the match 20-19. Frontrunners Resolution Kisii RFC had a good outing in their backyard at the Gusii Stadium where they beat JKUAT Cougars 25-0. JKUAT remain bottom of the log after this win while Kisii
Another weekend, another round of matches in the KRU Championship with the league firmly in it’s business end, promotion and relegation thoughts on the minds of teams and their tacticians.
The Mwamba Cup II semifinals are also set to take place this weekend. KCB II play away to Nakuru II at the Nakuru Athletic Club while Strathmore II host Menengai Cream Homeboyz II at the USIU Grounds.
The final of the 2017 Enterprise Cup set for Saturday 27 May 2017 will serve as a curtain raiser for the Tatu City Test Match between Kenya and Germany at the RFUEA Ground.
Menengai Oilers were crowned KRU Nationwide champions after beating Egerton Wasps 15- 8 in the final played at the Nakuru Athletic Club on Saturday 13 May 2017. Oilers were first on the scoreboard as an infringement by Egerton saw the Weru side maximise on a penalty and opt for three points. They would hold on
The Mwamba Cup II defending champions Nakuru II will this weekend host Nondies II. The latter qualified for the quarters slot after a walkover was awarded to them after their opponents failed to honour the fixture. Kabras Sugar will host the KCB Cubs in Kakamega in this quarter final. KCB had a successful outing
The Rift Valley giants will face off in the Nationwide final. Out of over 50 teams in this league across the Country, the Menengai Oilers and Egerton Wasps will go head to head to claim the coveted Nationwide Champions Trophy. Though both sides have already qualified for promotion into the Championship League next season, there
The Nationwide National Final takes place at the Nakuru Athletic Club on Saturday 13 May 2017. Menengai Oilers and Egerton Wasps, both of whom have secured promotion to next season’s second tier KRU Championship will duel for the title.
Kenyatta University grounds welcomed a double header in the Mwamba Cup II league. First match at 12 noon saw Strathmore Leos and Mwamba RFC tie at 20 all at FT. In extra time Strathmore proved to be superior after they finished the match with a 37-27 score over Mwamba. The next match saw hosts BlakBlad
Menengai Oilers have had one of the best first seasons any team could wish for. Having appeared in the Nationwide league for the first time in the 2016/2017 season, they will be the talk of town this week in the rugby circles. In their first season, they have made it to the Nationwide finals and
Mwamba Cup II comprises of the Eric Shirley Shield sides and the campaign sees Nondies II host the Western Bulls II at the Jamuhuri Park while BlakBlad RFC II hosts Thika Road counterparts KCB II at Kenyatta University at 2:00PM. Mean Machine II will host Menengai Cream Homeboyz at Kabete at 2:00PM in the
The National Nationwide semi finals take place this weekend in Nakuru County and Nairobi County. Menengai Oilers will journey down to the Capital for their date with hosts Ngong RFC at the Kibiko Secondary. The Oilers registered a 20-3 win over Maseno University in the quarter finals while Ngong RFC beat Embu RFC 24-7 to