Kabras crush helpless Mwamba, KCB whitewash Top Fry


Darwin Mukidza (L) of KCB RFC contest for aerial ball with Apenisa Nabau of Kabras ...
Darwin Mukidza (L) of KCB RFC contest for aerial ball with Apenisa Nabau of Kabras Sugar RFC during their 2015/16 Kenya Cup league match at Impala club in Nairobi, Kenya on December 19, 2015. KCB RFC won 40-15. Photo/Stafford Ondego/www.Sportpicha.com

In Summary

  • Kabras Sugar made it eight out of eight in Kenya Cup thrashing Mwamba RFC 46-10 in a match played at Kakamega showground on Saturday.
  • The western based side led 29-0 at half time scoring eight tries and converting three against two unconverted tries from Mwamba RFC.
  • Paul Abuto opened the scores with a try but Ugandan full back Phillip Wokorach missed the conversion.

Kabras Sugar made it eight out of eight in Kenya Cup thrashing Mwamba RFC 46-10 in a match played at Kakamega showground on Saturday.

The western based side led 29-0 at half time, scoring eight tries and converting three against two unconverted tries from Mwamba RFC.

Paul Abuto opened the scores with a try but Ugandan full back Phillip Wokorach missed the conversion.

Former Shujaa player Brian Tanga then went down for Kabras’ second try and Wokorach converted stretching the lead to 12-0.

Tanga had engaged South African fly half Logan Basson on a neat exchange in the build up to the second try.

Mwamba, coached by Kevin Mwambua carelessly lost possession giving lock Hillary Odhiambo a chance to score another try to make it 17-0 for Henry Du Plessis coached Kabras , with full back Wokorach missing the conversion.

Elvis Namusasi then missed a penalty for the visitors, giving the hosts a chance with Wokorach making a sensational run to let Fabian Olando score for a converted try to make it 24-0. By half-time, Charlton Mokua had stretched the advantage to 29-0 .

As action intensified, experienced fly-half Logan Basson made a nice run to score a try which gave Kabras a 34-0 lead with Wokorach missing the conversion.

A one-two from Tanga and Wokorach which left Shujaa’s top try scorer in the HSBC Sevens series Collins Injera for dead extended the tally 41-0.

Center Michael Agevi then reduced the deficit for Mwamba which Injera converted for 41-5 but the game had already been lost at this point.

Energised, Joel Inzuga flattered to deceive for Mwamba with a second try as they fell 41-10. Kabras  shift their focus to Kenya Harlequins as Mwamba will be aiming to bounce back when they take on on BlaK Blad.

Collated Results- Kenya Cup week 8

Impala 24-37 Harlequins

Homeboyz 14-16 Strathmore

KCB 49-6 Nakuru

Kabras Sugar 46-10 Mwamba

Nondies 17-3 Machine

Blad 13-24 Oilers

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