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William Mawira takes on Strathmore's Tony Onyango in Kenya Cup match day 11 action on Saturday 13 February 2016/Photo/Arigi Obiero

Playoffs & Relegation: It Goes Down To The Wire

The curtains fall on the league phase of the 2016/17 Kenya Cup with the final round of matches originally slated for Saturday 17 December 2016 taking place this weekend across six venues in Nairobi, Nakuru and Kakamega.


Blad Tame Bulls In Kakamega

Blak Blad won on the road, keeping their chances of Kenya Cup survival alive with a 22-15 win over Western Bulls at The Bull Ring in Kakamega.

KCB Go Second With Come-From-Behind Win At Quins

Trailing 15-26 in mid second half, KCB rallied to beat SportPesa Quins 29-26, returning second  on the log. The bankers got an early lead off a flanker Felix Ojoo try with Mukidza missing the conversion.

High Temperatures, Hot Action As The Kenya Cup Heats Up

Average temperatures around the country over the past few weeks have played around 33 degrees celsius, in layman’s language, it is hot, blazing hot. It is equally hot at this point in time in the Kenya Cup, everybody’s fighting for something. Some of them fighting for playoff slots, some of them fighting relegation, and others, just fighting in the spirit of being competitive. Sweet dreams, in the eye of the rugby purist, are made of this.

Quins Name Full Strength Side For Kabras Clash

Ex-Kabras man Ronald Musajja starts at eight in an experienced pack that features Wilson Kopondo, Tony Mutai and the twins Kang’ethe as they seek to register their first ever win over the reigning league champions in Kakamega

Showtime As Deejays Host Kabras

All eyes will be on the ASK Jamhuri Park Showground just off Ngong Road in Nairobi when red hot Menengai Cream Homeboyz host Kabras Sugar in match day 14 action on Saturday 4 March.

The Championship

Curtains Fall On KRU Championship League Phase

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

Monks Survive Kisumu Scare; Kisii Stay Resolute

  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

Kisii, Monks Seek To Secure Home Semifinal Berths

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.

Kisii And Monks Battle It Out For Top Spot

The Championship league enters week 15 with a heated battle for the top position in the league. Leaders Catholic Monks will host Resolution Kisii RFC who are second on the log.

Monks bounce back to top of the table

Catholic Monks landed back on top of the Championship table with a 15 -3, win over hosts UoE. Monks managed to drill in 2 tries with one being successfully converted before closing the match with a penalty kick while UoE got in 3 points in the match. Kisumu RFC’ edged visiting Mombasa 10-7 at the

Monks Eyeing A Return To The Top

Seventh placed UoE and second placed Catholic monks have been away out action for two consecutive weekends.. The two will face off in Eldoret, the Monks out to claim a win that will see them return to the top of the log.

Mombasa Shock Kisii In Championship Action

Mombasa RFC snapped leaders Resolution Kisii’s recent fine run of form, posting  a 20-6 win at the Mombasa Sports Club on Saturday 18 February 2017.

News Extra

Ng’ang’a – “We’ll Rectify Our Mistakes”

SportPesa Quins Coach Joel Ng’ang’a expects his side to bounce back from Saturday’s 26-29 home defeat to KCB, a result that saw his side swap places with the bankers on the log. Quins dropped to third while KCB went second.

Quins -KCB Tie To Be Aired Live

Saturday’s Kenya Cup clash between SportPesa Quins and KCB will be aired live on Zuku Sports from the RFUEA Ground. Fans will also be able to follow the fixture on www.facebook.com/zukuofficial .

It’s Semifinal Saturday In Nairobi As Nationwide Action Continues

  It’s semifinal Saturday in the Nationwide Nairobi Region. MKU Nairobi battle it out with Community Rugby Association (Comras) while the Technical University of Kenya are up against Ngong RFC. The venues for both fixtures were yet to be confirmed at the time of preparing this article. Central region MKU Thika are up against fellow varsity

Live Broadcast For Impala -KCB Clash

Saturday’s Kenya Cup match day 15 clash between Resolution Impala Saracens and KCB will be aired lived from the Impala Club on Zuku Sports.

Nationwide heats up as playoffs draw near

CENTRAL REGION Central region enters week 16; Chuka Vikings host Kiambu Rfc at Chuka University, Murang’a RFC will travel to Embu for their match against Embu RFC who are leading the Central region standings with 56 points. Zetech rugby will host third placed MKU Thika in what is a Varsity derby in the region as

Make Or Break As Nairobi Region Quarterfinal Return Legs Beckon

 Ngong RFC, Nairobi Aviators, Mku Nairobi and TUK emerged winners during last weekend’s first leg with MKU registering the biggest winning margin with a 55-5 score over Stormers. The return leg gives the teams that lost i.e. KCA, Comras, Stormers and Northern Suburbs a second chance to fight for a win and if the aggregate