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Nakuru maintain Kenya Cup rugby lead

14 January 2014, 13:51

Nairobi - Top Fry Nakuru stayed top of the Kenya Cup with a 64-0 away win over Homeboyz at the Strathmore Grounds in Madaraka on Saturday 11 January. Leading 33-0 at the break,the champions put 10 tries and 7 conversions past their hosts as they stay on course to top the league phase ahead of the playoffs.

Martin Owila and Calvin Otieno scored two tries apiece as Larry Safari, Lawi Buyachi, Nick Lang'o, Dallo Chituyi, Philip Kwame, Felix Oloo landed once with Martin Muita stroking home four conversions. Nakuru now have 40 points from 8 bonus point wins. 

KCB kept their playoff hopes alive with a 119-0 victory over visiting Mombasa Sports Club at the KCB Sports Club in Ruaraka.This match was done and dusted by half time, the bankers leading 64-0 as they pumped in 21 tries and 7 conversions. Allan Omuka scored four tries as Dawrin Mukidza managed two tries and two conversions. KCB's other tries came from Oliver Mang'eni (3)Curtis Lilako (2), Collins Wanjala (2), Anthony Ogot, John Ahenda, Elphas Otieno, Peter Kaaria, Peter Mutai, Edwin Otieno and Maurice Mbai. Mutai added five conversions.

Impala RFC returned to winning ways with an 86-0 win over Eldoret RFC at the Impala Club.Antony Oyugi, Richard Sidindi and Bobby Kweya scored two tries with Nato Simiyu managing two tries and eight penalties. Other try scorers were Sidney Muniafu, Ian Minjire, Anthony Matei, Eric Kopondo and Vincent Mose.

Strathmore rallied from a 5-7 half time deficit to defeat hosts Nondies 20-17 at the Jamhuri Park .Ginton Adongo opened the scoring for Strathmore with an unconverted try but Ian Were's converted try saw the hosts leading at the break.Charles Kanyi would make it 10-5 for Nondies after the break with a penalty before Kenny Andola's drop goal cut the deficit to 10-8. Andola would convert Adrian Opondo's try as Strath went 15-10 up but Erick Okoma's try and Kanyi's conversion put Nondies 17-15 up. Opondo would land his brace as Strath went home with the 20-17 result.

Western Bulls were 47-3 winners over Blak Blad at the Kakamega High School grounds,

Collated Results

KCB 119 Mombasa 0

Nondies 17 Strathmore 20

Western Bulls 47 Blak Blad 3

Impala 86 Eldoret 0

Homeboyz 0 Nakuru 64


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