Kabras Beat Quins 21-3 To Remain Unbeaten After #KenyaCup Week 9

Kabras Sugar RFC remain unbeaten after nine weeks of the Kenya Cup action. They beat the Kenya Harlequins 21-3 at the RFUEA Grounds with three beautifully orchestrated tries; two coming from Philip Wokorach and one from Kenya Simbas International George Nyambua.

Lyle Asiligwa gave the hosts an early three-point lead that ended up being the only points this side would pick at the end of the 80 minutes. The first try came from Wokorach, who sold his signature dummy that saw the Kenya Harlequins defense line buy it in full price. Wokorach would then sprint for Kabras’ first try and then add the conversion.

Brian Tanga was at the heart of the second try as he broke the Quins defense, sent the ball wide to find Kevin Keegan who easily and skillfully side stepped his man on the wing, off loaded to Nyambua who dotted down at the second try. Wokorach added the extras, Kabras leading 14-3 at the breather. Kabras’ third and final try sprouted from deep inside their half, Tanga cleared the ruck and dummied his defense, raced halfway down the pitch before being tackled. The ball was yet again sent wide, landed into Wokorach’s hands and he jogged into the try box extending their lead to 21-3. Scores would remain the same to full time.

In the 2:00pm kick off match, Stanbic Mwamba beat Kenyatta University’s Blakblad 26-13. Collins Injera landed his second hat trick of the season while the fourth try for the Black shirts came from Stephen Wang’ondu. Byron Ogada and Leroy Mbugua scored Blakblad’s tries, both conversions sailed wide while Allan Ominde booted in one penalty.

In Nakuru, Nondescript RFC bagged their first win at the Suguta Valley after a four year hiatus beating their hosts 33-32. The Menengai Oilers suffered a narrow 22-24 loss to Resolution Impala Saracens. They two Nakuru losers however picked up a losing bonus points.

Menengai Cream Homeboyz beat Mean Machine 22 – 13 at the UoN grounds while at the Strathmore University Madaraka, KCB thrashed the Leos 51- 8.

Collated Kenya Cup FT scores:

Stanbic Mwamba 26 – Blakblad 13
Kenya Harlequins 3 – Kabras Sugar RFC 21
Strathmore 8 – KCB 53
Menengai Oilers 22 – Resolution Impala Saracens 24
Top Fry Nakuru 32 – Nondies 33
Mean Machine 13 – Menengai Cream Homeboyz 22

Collated #ESS FT scores:
Kenya Harleuins 13 – Kabras Sugar 22
Stanbic Mwamba 39 – Blakblad 10
Strathmore 7- KCB 44
Menengai Oilers 7 – Resolution Impala Saracens 27
Top Fry Nakuru 23 – Nondies 14
Mean Machine 0 – Menengai Cream Homeboyz 29


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