KCB remain top of the Kenya Cup log after they registered a 50-15 win over Strathmore leos at Jamuhuri Grounds. Bankers had already picked up a bonus point at the stroke of halftime while Strathmore had one try. Second half KCB marched on with their dominance at the breakdowns while the backline was not giving Strathmore a moment to breathe as they got four tries across the students’ try line with two conversions going through while two went wide. Strathmore managed to get two back to back tries in the second half but they would not match up to the bankers pace.
Nakuru excaped a scare from hosts Nondies winning their match 20-12. Wanyore went first on the scoreboard in the first seven minutes of the match with Ominde adding on the extras. A brilliant Biko Adema step would see him break the Nakuru defense but was tackled at the 5m mark. The red lions would control their phases well as they gained grounds to land a try with the conversion sailing wide. Adema would go next on the board taking Nondies to a 12-7 lead over their guests. A timely Ominde cross kick would land perfectly in the hands of winger George Adongo to equalize the scores 12-12 at HT. Nakuru would go ahead with a penalty kick by Martin Muita taking them to a 15-12 lead with five minutes to spare in the match. A well thought out territorial kick by Muita saw Brian Maina go over the whitewash, conversion sailing wide to secure the win for Nakuru.
Mwamba awarded Sportpesa Quins with their second loss of the season at the Railway Club. A try by Salaton Muturi and a Mutuku penalty kick has mwamba leading their opponents 10-0. Wanyama would put quins on the scoreboard with Keegan converting to make it 10-7 to Mwamba at HT. Second Half Billy the Kid would go over for a 15-7 Mwamba lead; conversion sailing wide. Mwamba proving to be superior of the two sides at full time.
In Kakamega, Western Bulls welcomed Impala with a 5-0 lead but the gazelles picked up their momentum to take a 7-5 lead from their halfbacks Onsomu making the try and Omollo adding the extras. Omollo extended his side’s lead with a penalthy kick that saw them sit at 10-5 at Half time. Adongo was next on the scoreboard with his try being successfully converted by Omollo; Impala leading 17-5. Hosts Echulusi would work their way up the scoreboard getting a successfully converted try narrowing the gap to 17-12. They would get a penalty and boot in three points but their race to a win over Impala would be cut short with the gazelles bagging the 17-15 win.
Kabras registered a 42-14 score over Kenyatta University’s Blak Blad while Menengai Cream Homeboyz humbled Mean Machine with a 38-0 score at Full time.
Collated Match day 12 results.
KCB 50- Strathmore 15
Kabras 42 – Blak Blad 14
Homeboyz 38 – Mean Machine 0
Nakuru 20 – Nondies 12
Impala 17 – Western Bulls 15
Mwamba 15 – Sportpesa Quins 7