Bankers disrupt deejays rhythm

Yesterday's action between KCB and Homeboyz/Photo/Brian Ayieko
Saturday’s action between KCB and Homeboyz/Photo/Brian Ayieko

Leading 26-0 at half time, KCB stayed second with a 41-5 demolition job  of Homeboyz at the KCB Sports Club in Ruaraka.

Maxwell Adaka broke the deadlock after ten minutes of what was expected to be a closely contested encounter, scoring the bankers opening try off a rolling maul with Darwin Mukidza  converting for a 7-0 lead.

Kenya Sevens skipper Andrew Amonde scored the bankers second try in similar fashion five minutes later before Curtis Lilako scored a third try with twenty minutes played, Mukidza converting to see KCB lead Homeboyz 19-0.

Adaka would land his brace on the stroke of half time, Mukidza converting for 26-0.

The bankers continued to choke the life out of Homeboyz in the second half, forcing the deejays into  an infringement. Darwin Mukidza drilled home the ensuing penalty to make it 29-0.

Bush Mwale’s consolation try for Homeboyz reduced the deficit to 29-5 but Amonde soon landed his brace, his unconverted try pushing the bankers 34-5 up before former Nondies and Homeboyz player Ken Moseti converted Edwin Otieno’s try for the 41-5 full time result.

The result saw KCB stay second on the log and ended Homeboyz three match winning streak.

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