Kabras Sugar, KCB and Kenya Harlequin registered big wins as the Kenya Cup continued on Saturday 14 August 2021.
Kabras were 56-12 winners over Mwamba at the RFUEA Ground. They took a 29-3 lead into the break through tries from Felix Ayange, Jone Kubu, Derrick Ashiundu, Alfred Orege and Jeanson Musoga with Kubu adding a conversion. Brian KIvasia drilled home a penalty for Mwamba.
Kivasia would drill home a second penalty after the restart to bring the score to 29-6 before Kubu landed his brace for a 34-6 score. Kivasia then drilled home another penalty for a 34-9 score before tries from Musoga, Brian Tanga and Kubu who landed and converted his hat trick for a 51-9 score.
Kivasa’s drop goal brought the scores to 51-12 before Musoga’s treble sealed the win for Kabras.
The early kick off at RFUEA saw Kenya Harlequin beat Blak Blad 34-7. Allan Odiyo gave Quins a 3-0 lead after drilling home a penalty. Blad responded with a try from Edwin Mutoka, Marshall Mutai converting for a 7-3 lead, the only lead they held.
Eliud Mulakoli then converted tries from Herman Humwa and Anthony Abonyo to give Quins a 17-7 lead at the break.
Second half tries from Mark Mongo, Edward Shitanda and Elisha Koronya as well as a Mulakoli conversion secured the win for Quins.
Over in Nakuru, Menengai Oilers rallied to beat Strathmore Leos 28-26 as hosts Top Fry Nakuru were beaten 21-10 by visiting Nondescripts.
Defending champions KCB were 40-6 winners over hosts Resolution Impala Saracens at the RFUEA Ground.
Menengai Oilers 28 Strathmore Leos 26
Blak Blad 7 Kenya Harlequin 34
Top Fry Nakuru 10 Nondescripts 21
Mwamba 12 Kabras Sugar 56
Resolution Impala Saracens 6 KCB 40