Mwamba clinch Dala Sevens title
Mwamba RFC rose to clinch the 2018 Dala Sevens title after defeating Menengai Cream Homeboyz 17-0 at the Mamboleo Grounds in Kisumu.
Fast rising winger Daniel Taabu opened the scoring for Kulabu with an unconverted try to put his side 5-0 heeading into the interval.
Soon after the break, Kevin Wambua’s men led by Kenya Sevens talisman Collins Injera doubled the lead which went unconverted for a 10-0 lead.
Two minutes later Captain Eliakim Kichoi sliced through the Deejays defence spinning them around for a 50-metre sprint to score Mwamba’s third which was converted to seal the win.
The two sides have met in four finals in this year’s circuit having met at Prinsloo, Sepetuka, Driftwood and the at the Dala Sevens.
For a place in the Cup finals Homeboyz recorded a 19-12 win over Impala Saracens while Mwamba RFC beat KCB 20-7.
Impala Saracens scooped third position after a 12-7 win over KCB.
Nondiescripts beat rivals Kenya Harlequins 19-7 to win the Plate.
Challenge trophy was awarded to campus boys Mean Machine who beat Menengai Oilers 19-14 while relegated MMUST beat Blad 19-12 to scoop 13th place in Dala.
Dala Sevens Results
Main Cup final
Homeboyz RFC 00 vs Mwamba RFC 17
Impala Saracens 12-7 KCB RFC
Nondiescripts 12-7 Kenya Harlequins
Mean Machine 19-14 Menengai Oilers
MMUST 19-12 Blad Blad
Main Cup Semi-final
Homeboyz RFC 19-12 Impala Saracens
Mwamba RFC 20-7 KCB RFC
Kenya Harlequins 33-0 Kabras Sugar
Nondiescripts 24-12 Mwamba RFC
Mean Machine 38-15 Kisii RFC
Menengai Oilers 24-5 Northern Suburbs
13th place Semis
Blak Blad 15-10 MKU Thika
MMUST 22-5 Kisumu RFC
Main Cup Quarters
Impala 17-12 Kenya Harlequins
Homeboyz RFC 33-7 Kabras Sugar
Mwamba RFC 24-12 Nakuru RFC
KCB RFC 12-7 Nondescripts
Kisii 24-7 Blak Blad
Machine 22-17 MKU
Oilers 35-19 MMUST
Suburbs 7-5 Kisumu
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