KCB managed to successfully defend the Enterprise cup title after beating Kabras 27-23 in an early kickoff final played at the RFUEA grounds on Saturday 27th May,2017.
Coming into the match,KCB were missing 7 of their Key players who are with the national 15s side.Kabras drew first blood early on in the match to take a 7-0 lead as Philip Wokorach touched down before Ivan Chirabu completed the conversion.Moments later,Ugandan import Wokorach extended Kabras’ lead to 10-0 with a well taken penalty kick.
Scrumhalf Marlin Mukolwe gave KCB their first points through a penalty before Kabras were reduced to 10 men after their player was sin binned for committing a foul.KCB utilized the numerical advantage almost immediately as Kenya7s skipper Andrew Amonde dived over the whitewash to score a try.Mukolwe added the extras with the boot to tie the scores at 10-10.
Kabras were then awarded a second penalty which they successfully converted to take a 13-10 lead.KCB’s Collins Wanjala then got himself on the score sheet giving taking the game to 15-13 in the bankers favour.Philip Wokorach then responded for Kabras as he converted a penalty ensuring that the sugar millers went to the break with a slim 16-15 lead.
On resumption,both sides got themselves a try with Kabras sitting pretty on a 23-20 lead. KCB were then awarded a penalty try following a high tackle on Nick Ongeri as Kabras were once again reduced. The Bankers then held on to the lead and claimed their 7th Enterprise cup title and 3rd one in a row.