SportPesa Quins returned to winning ways with an emphatic 46-19 demolition of Top Fry Nakuru at the RFUEA Ground on Saturday 2 December 2017.
It was the vistors who went ahead when Geoff Ominde grounded the ball, Henry Ayah converting for a 7-0 lead but Quins responded almost immediately, Ugandan international Ronald Musajja with the touchdown, Kevin Njugi’s conversion levelling matters before converting further tries from the evergreen Tony Mutai and Dennis Muhanji in between Peter Misango’s unconverted effort, the hosts taking a healthy 26-7 lead into the break.
Nakuru were an energized side after the break, scoring two tries in quick succession through Monate Akuei and Moses Okendo,Martin Muita managing one conversion as they came to within seven points of Quins, 26-19 on the score with about half an hour to play.
They lost the momentum, Quins first sustaining pressure before starting a second half breakaway through Njugi’s penalty to make it 29-19. Brian Beckham soon got himself on the scorers chart, landing an unconverted try before Lewis Olaka, back in action after a prolonged hiatus from the game grabbed himself a piece of the winning side’s pie, barging over with Njugi converting. Misango’s brace at the death confirmed the 46-19 result for Quins, just what the doctor ordered after Tuesday morning’s narrow 41-39 loss to Menengai Cream Homeboyz while condemning the Wanyore to their first loss of the season, a reality check after last week’s 45-15 demolition of Kenya Cup debutants Resolution Kisii.