Kabras crush helpless Mwamba, KCB whitewash Top Fry
- 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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