Posted by:Eric Njiru
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.
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