Kabras floor Impala to win Enterprise Cup


Kabras Sugar RFC players celebrates winning the Christie Sevens main cup during the finals of ...
(FILE) Kabras Sugar RFC players celebrates winning the Christie Sevens main cup during the finals of Christie Sevens rugby tournament at the RFUEA grounds in Nairobi on October 15, 2017. They beat Impala Saracens 19-07. Photo/Sportpicha.

In Summary

  • Kabras Sugar won their first Enterprise Cup outshining last year's finalists Impala Saracens 37-7 at the RFUEA ground on Saturday.
  • Henley Du Plessis charges scored four converted tries, two penalties and a drop goal against Frank Ndong's charges one converted try.

Kabras Sugar won their first Enterprise Cup outshining last year’s finalists Impala Saracens 37-7 at the RFUEA ground on Saturday.

Henley Du Plessis charges scored four converted tries, two penalties and a drop goal against Frank Ndong’s charges one converted try.

Having lost to KCB in 2016 and 2017, the Western based side led 21-0 by half time after winger Paul Abuto’s run inside five minutes, while Kenya Cup top points scorer Phillip Wokorach converted. Wokorach would be named man of the match.

Ugandan sensational Wokorach ran from the half way line to double the scores with a diving try at the right corner converting it to make it 14-0 for Kabras.

After a successful maul, Wokorach picked the ball from skipper Max Adaka side stepping through two Impala forwards then sprinting towards the posts to score Kabras third try and later converted to make it 21-0 at half time.

Kenya Cup finalists Kabras got a penalty which was converted by John Kubu to make it 24-0.

Things got worse for the Ngong road side Sarrries after Kabras Brian Tonya stole the ball from the half way to make a run scoring the fourth try and Wokorach did what he loves best, converting, to make it 31 – 0.

Second half substitute Saul Kivumbi scored a consolation try for Impala with full back Antony Odhiambo scoring the extras to make it 31-7 but Wokorach scored a drop goal and penalty to make it 37-7 at full time.

On their way to the finals, Impala Saracens narrowly won 11-10 against KCB in the semi finals while Kabras Sugar whitewashed Kenya Harlequins 54-11.

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