Sportpesa Quins booked a quarter final slot at the ongoing Prinsloo 7s with an emphatic 33-22 win over bitter rivals Mwamba RFC on Saturday, September 23 in Nakuru.
Frank Wanyama claimed a brace with Pius Shiundu and Eric Shikuku also getting on the scoresheet as Kevin Atandi scored twice for Mwamba with Daniel Taabu also touching down.
Crowd favourites Menengai Oilers stumbled yet again as they were held to a 15-all draw by Western Bulls.The draw may mean that Oilers will fail to make the cup quarters for the first time in this year’s circuit.
Nakuru enhanced their cup quarter final chances with a 14-10 win over Nondies. Geoffrey Ominde went over for a converted try before Charles Kanyi responded for Nondies.
Kenya 7s international Nelson Oyoo then touched down at the corner,with Ominde converting to hand Mitch Ocholla’s side a second pool A win.
After falling to Nakuru in their first match,Impala bounced back as they beat Blak Blad 10-7 to remain in contention for a cup quarter final berth.
Strathmore Leos also booked a last eight berth after comfortably dismissing Mombasa RFC 33-10 in a match which Kenya Simbas international Elkeans Musonye helped himself to two tries.
Prinsloo 7s defending champions Homeboyz RFC also booked a place in the quarter final with a 27-10 win over Mean Machine.Tony Onyango touched down twice as Jeffrey Oluoch and Isaac Songoi also went over the whitewash for the Deejays.
Kabras RFC also joined the cup quarters with an emphatic 29-12 demolition of newbies MKU Thika.
KCB managed to beat Catholic Monks 31-0 courtesy of tries by Arthur Owira,Collins Neto,Stafford Abekah and Shaban Ahmed’s brace.
The bankers will go head to head with Kabras later in the day in a clash that will determine pool D winners as both sides are already through to cup quarters.
Round two results
Impala 10-7 Blak Blad
Nakuru 14-10 Nondies
Oilers 15-15 Bulls
Quins 33-22 Mwamba
Strathmore 33-10 Mombasa
Homeboyz 27-10 Mean Machine
Kabras 29-12 MKU Thika
KCB 31-0 Catholic Monks