KCB became the first team in 13 years to retain the Enterprise Cup, posting a 24-12 win over Kenya Cup champions Kabras Sugar at the RFUEA Ground on Saturday 18 June 2016.
It was Kabras who signalled their intent early on,Levi Ochieng going over the chalk with Fabian Olando converting for a 7-0 lead.
The bankers soon responded, George Asin with the unconverted try to make it 7-5 but when Fijian backrow Apenisa Natabua went over, it appeared as though KCB were in for a long day as the Kabrasians led 12-5.
KCB were slowly getting into a rhythm, winning the contests at the breakdown, recycling ball and gaining territory. Oscar Simiyu soon grounded the ball with Billy Isabwa converting to tie the scores at 12-12. Simiyu landed his brace, Mickey Wanjala converting before Andrew Amonde’s effort saw them take a 24-12 lead into the breather.
There were no scores in the second half, KCB continuing to dominate the breakdown while rushing Kabras Sugar into unforced errors. Collins Wanjala would light up the bleachers with a big hit on Natabua in what was probably the highlight of the match as KCB held on for the result, adding to previous titles in 2004,2007 and 2015.