Kenya Harlequins Dance To The Deejayz Tune As Nakuru Tames Oilers

Homeboyz RFC silenced the Kenya Harlequins with a sleek 3-48 away win at the RFUEA Grounds. It was Quins who made the first attempt at registering the first points in the encounter but Asiligwa’s penalty attempt drifted wide, scores remaining 0-0 in the first five minutes.

In the twelfth-minute, Joshua Chisanga gained several meters with the ball in hand as Homeboyz was attacking, he’d set up a platform that saw his backline send the ball wide finding Bob Muhati who landed his first of two tries. Mohammed Omollo added the twos for a 0-7 Homeboyz lead. An infringement by the hosts handed Deejayz an opportunity to extend their lead by opting for points from the penalty given. Omollo tasked with the kicking duties split the posts perfectly extending Homeboyz’ lead to 0-10.

The fans at the RFUEA were then served with two spectacular moments as Leonard Mugaisi rounded the full Kenya Harlequins’ backline, dancing his way to the try line followed by Chisanga bulldozing his way to the try line four minutes later. Omollo managing to convert Chisanga’s try for a 0-22 half time score.

At the restart, Quins registered three points off a penalty through Asiligwa’s boot but Homeboyz was still in control of the match. The dancing backline featuring Mugaisi, Michael Wanjala, Zeden Marrow and Bob Muhati teamed up perfectly in their attack, breaking the Quin’s defense line for Muhati to go over for his brace. Omollo’s conversion making it 3-29. Stanley Isogol, Meshach Akenga were next on the try-scorers’ list before Mugaisi’s brace sealed the match. Akenga’s and Mugaisi’s tries were converted bringing the FT scores to 3-48.

At the Impala Grounds, Resolution Impala Saracens beat Nondies 28-18 to complete the double while Stanbic Mwamba survived a late Blakblad scare to win their match 15-14 at the Strathmore University Grounds in Madaraka.

The Nakuru Derby saw Top Fry Nakuru reclaim the bragging rights after beating the Menengai Oilers 19-17 at the Nakuru Athletics Club. Kabras were back to their big wins as they beat Kisumu RFC 13-59 while Western Bulls suffered an 8-29 loss in the hands of KCB at the Bull Ring in Kakamega.

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