Want create site? Find Free WordPress Themes and plugins.

KCB came from 5-0 down at halftime to beat hosts Nakuru RFC 29-5 in the Prinsloo 7s final on Sunday September 24 at the Nakuru Athletic Club

After failed attempts early in the match,Nakuru finally went over as Nelson Oyoo dived over at the corner to hand Wanyore a slim 5-0 lead at the break.

Immediately after resumption, KCB levelled the scores as Shaban Ahmed was put through by Darwin Mukidza.

KCB grabbed a second try as Jacob Ojee scored before Shaban converting for a 12-5 KCB lead.

Shaban would soon grab his brace as he touched down under the posts as the bankers took a comfortable 19-5 advantage.

Michael Wanjala then extended KCB’s after sustained pressure on the hosts backline as he handed KCB their fourth try of the game,scores reading 24-5 in favour of KCB.

Andrew Amonde would complete the rout as he bulldozed his way to the tryline to ensure KCB won 29-5 and claimed the 2017 Prinsloo 7s title.

Homeboyz finished at third position after tries by Collins Shikoli and Jeff Oluoch’s brace secured them a 21-15 win against Strathmore Leos in the 3rd place playoff.

Kabras RFC were aided by Brian Tanga’s try to beat Quins 17-12,finishing at 5th position in the process.

Samson Onsomu bagged a brace as Impala Saracens beat Menengai Oilers 15-7 to win the Challenge trophy.

Mean Machine finished at 13th position after seeing off Nondies 26-17 in a match which Machine dominated the first half scoring all their points during that period.

Makueni RFC were promoted to the Division one at next weekend’s Sepetuka 7s after winning the Prinsloo Division two with a 12-0 scoreline against Kisumu RFC.

Cup final
KCB 29-5 Nakuru

3rd place playoff
Homeboyz 21-15 Strathmore

5th place final
Kabras 17-12 Quins

Challenge trophy final
Impala 15-7 Oilers

13th place final
mean Machine 26-17 Nondies

Division two final
Makueni 12-0 Kisumu RFC

Did you find apk for android? You can find new Free Android Games and apps.




Comments are closed.