Match Day 4 talking points

Three matches were on the cards on Kenya Cup match day four, and they again served up fodder for conversation.

Masinde Muliro are playing in the Kenya Cup for the first time ever. They came good on match day four, putting behind previous losses to Top Fry Nakuru and Kabras Sugar to stun 1983 champions Mwamba 12-6 at the KCB Sports Club in Ruaraka…talk about claiming a big scalp…they did exactly that…Mwamba’s team selection nothwithstanding.

Over at the RFUEA Ground, visiting Kabras Sugar played close to 65 minutes with 14 men after winger Derrick Ashiundu’s early red card. It didn’t matter as they survived a brief scary spell to defeat hosts Kenya Harlequin 43-5. Walter Okoth had a good game, his midfield carries time and again putting Quins on the backfoot. Ntubeni Dukisa punished the hosts with his territorial kicks and proficiency from the conversions. Felix Ayange was like a hot knife on butter.  Quins on the other hand were unable to make the one man advantage count….punished time and again.

It was expected that KCB would defeat Blak Blad…and they did exactly that, pulling off a 32-19 result.


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