The draws for the Enterprise and Mwamba Cups were conducted along the sidelines of the Kenya Cup final on Saturday 22 April 2017.
Oliver Mang’eni landed two tries as KCB reclaimed the Kenya Cup title with a comprehensive 36-8 victory over defending
champions Kabras Sugar at the KCB Sports Club on Saturday 22 April 2017.
Resolution Impala Saracens II successfully defended their Eric Shirley crown with a 13-12 win over KCB II in the final played at the USIU Ground on Saturday 22 April 2017.
Resolution Kisii have won the KRU Championship with a 25-10 win over Mombasa in the final played at the Kenyatta University on Saturday 22 April 2017.
The curtains fall on the 2016/17 league season with the Kenya Cup final taking place at the KCB Sports Club in Ruaraka on Saturday 22 April 2017.
Constant Cap will be the man in charge of Saturday’s Kenya Cup final between KCB and defending champions Kabras Sugar at the KCB Sports Club in Ruaraka.
Saturday’s Kenya Cup final between KCB and defending champions Kabras will be held at the KCB Sports Club in Ruaraka. This match kicks off at 4.00pm. Ticket prices on the day will cost Ksh 400. KCB got to host the final by virtue of being the highest ranked team to reach the championship match.
Champions Kabras Sugar rallied from a 10-17 deficit at the interval to first tie the game in regulation time before posting a 22-17 win over hosts Menengai Cream Homeboyz in Kenya Cup semifinal action at the ASK Jamhuri Park on Saturday 8 April 2017.
Darwin Mukidza booted home 14 points as KCB reached the Kenya Cup final with a 19-12 win over SportPesa Quins in the semifinal played at a rain soaked KCB Sports Club in Ruaraka on Saturday 8 April 2017.
KCB host SportPesa Quins in Kenya Cup semifinal action at the KCB Sports Club in Ruaraka on Saturday 8 April 2017. This should be a hard fought encounter between two sides boasting the temerity of battle hardened gladiators. It should be epic ( if the script is anything to be adhered to).
Well, that is the question on everybody’s mind, lips and fingertips ( with the advent of whatsapp and other social media platforms)
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.
Resolution Kisii returned to the Championship summit with a 27-19 away win over Catholic Monks at the Catholic University on Saturday
Saturday’s Kenya Cup final between KCB and defending champions Kabras Sugar will be aired live from the KCB Sports Club in Ruaraka.
Ticket prices have been announced for Saturday’s Kenya Cup final between KCB and Kabras Sugar.
KCB II will face off with Resolution Impala Saracens II in the Eric Shirley Shield final set for Saturday 22 April 2017.
The Nationwide League will have three matches in two regions. Nairobi region will have the semi finals between Ngong RFC and MKU Nairobi at the Kibiko Secondary at 3:00PM. The winner of this match will have a two week break as they await the 29th of April for the National Nationwide quarterfinals. Central region will
Listen to Duncan Ekasi’s post match comments as Resolution Impala Saracens were eliminated from the Kenya Cup playoffs with a 21-18 home loss to Kabras Sugar on Saturday 1 April 2017.
Ogot, in his post match comments said, ” We played according to plan, we worked for the win and got it.”
Menengai Oilers are the new Nationwide Rift Valley Region champions after posting a 47-10 win over Egerton Wasps in the championship match on Saturday 1 April.
Mwamba II reached the Eric Shirley Shield semifinal with a 22-18 with away to hosts Menengai Cream Homeboyz II at the ASK Jamhuri Park on Saturday 1 April 2017.
Nairobi region finalists Ngong RFC and MKU Nairobi will sit out action this weekend as they await the other regions to complete their required fixtures before they meet in the Nationwide playoffs to determine which two teams will be promoted to the Championship league. Rift Valley Region enters its finals this weekend as the
Kenyan politician Nick Salat recently remarked, “ Tuko ndani kabisa…ndani..ndani…ndani..” which loosely translated from Swahili means, “ We are inside…”
Well, Mwamba RFC can use that phrase to describe their qualification to the Kenya Cup Top Six playoffs despite an 18-25 loss to KCB at the KCB Sports Club in Ruaraka. They are inside the top six…They are through to the playoffs in dramatic fashion similar to Mr. Salat’s vocal intonations as he delivered his now famous and viral phrase.