• Posted by:Eric Njiru

    2017-02-13

    02

    2017

  • Kabras, Homeboyz bag wins as Mwamba stop Quins

Skipper Max Adaka returned from a six match ban to score a brace to help Kabras Sugar beat Blak Blad 42-14 in the 12th round of the Kenya Cup.

The win means Kabras reduce the gap between them and second placed Quins after the latter lost 15-7 to Mwamba at Railways Club. 

Kabras led 19-6 at the break after George Nyambua and Max Adaka’s tries. Fijian nationality Jone Kubu also bagged a brace with Philip Wokorach, Duncan Mwangi and Nick Barasa also scoring. 

Elsewhere, Kenyan international Steve Otieno scored a brace as Homeboyz recorded their fourth win in a row and stay within the top four.

Other Kenya Cup matches saw Impala beat Western Bulls 17-15, KCB outclass Strathmore Leos 50-15, Nakuru beat Nondies 20-12 and Quins lose 15-7 to Mwamba.

Kenya Cup:

Nondies 12 Nakuru 20

Mean Machine 0 Homeboyz 38 

Western Bulls 15 Impala 17 

Mwamba 15 – 7 Kenya Harlequins 

Strathmore 15 KCB 50 

Blak Blad 14 Kabras Sugar 42

 

Eric Shirley Shield (ESS) 
Mean Machine II 8 Homeboyz II 32 

Strathmore Leos II 14 KCB II 37 

Western Bulls II 17 Impala II 33 

Blak Blad II 6 Kabras II 18 

Mwamba II 5 Quins II 27 

 

-Photo: Action between Western Bulls and Impala. Photo by Impalasaracens.com 

 

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Eric Njiru

Eric is a Multimedia Sports Journalist who has covered local and international Sporting Activities from World Championships, Rugby World Cup, Kenya National Rally, HSBC World Sevens Series, School Competitions and Kenyan Premier League with good knowledge of the industry.

Apart from daily reporting, Eric is a presenter on HBR Fanzone every Saturday from 9am and Sunday 3pm.

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