Impala Saracens have successfully defended the Kabeberi 7s title after beating Menengai Oilers 22-5 in the final played on Sunday September 10 at RFUEA grounds.
Seeking to defend their title,Impala drew first blood early in the match as Samuel Motari went over to touch down, handing the sarries a 5-0 lead.
Impala soon added a second try courtesy of Kwemoi after possession turnover with the conversion being successful to extend the lead to 12-0.
Paul Mutsami added Impala’s 3rd of the match,bulldozing his way to the tryline to hand Impala a 17-0 advantage at the break.
Impala were running riot as Ian Minjire raced his way over 30 metres to touch down before Oilers finally found a try reducing the deficit to 22-5.
Strathmore Leos finished 3rd after stunning Kabras RFC 21-13 in the 3rd place playoff.
The Leos ran in 3 converted tries against Kabras’ two tries to wind up their Kabeberi 7s campaign on a high.
Meanwhile,KCB managed to outwit Homeboyz 24-12 to win the 5th place final.
Driftwood 7s finalists Nakuru RFC won the Challenge trophy as they were aided by a Bramwel Bunyasi brace to dismiss hosts Mwamba RFC 17-12.
Daystar Falcons had to rely on a sudden death try to see off Makueni 24-19 and win the 13th place final.
MKU Thika were crowned Division two champions after beating hosts Mwamba II 26-10 in the final.
3rd place playoff
Strathmore 21-12 Kabras
5th place final
KCB 24-12 Homeboyz
Challenge trophy final
Nakuru 17-12 Mwamba
13th place final
Daystar 24-19 Makueni(sudden death)
MKU Thika 26-10 Mwamba II