Kabras is the first side to win back to back main cup titles this season after beating Impala Saracens 19-7 to succesfully defend the Christie 7s title.
Impala were in the driver’s seat early in the clash as Kenya Simbas international Leo Seje raced to the tryline to touch down before Mark Kwemoi converted for a 7-0 lead.
Phillip Wokorach restored parity for the Sugarmilers with an unconverted try moments after Impala’s Ian Minjire had been sent to the sinbin to ensure the scores read 7-5 in Impala’s favour during the break.
Kenya Simbas scrumhalf Samson Onsomu thought that he had extended Impala’s lead after going over between the posts but his try was cancelled by the referee.
Kabras took the lead for the first time in the match after Dan Sikuta barged over before Wokorach converted for a 12-7 lead.
Malik Habil put the icing on the cake after going over in spectacular fashion to ensure the Kakamega-based side successfully defended the Christie 7s.
In the 3rd place playoff clash, tries by Donald Aluoch and Kenya 7s international Nelson Oyoo were all that Nakuru RFC needed to dismiss Christie 7s hosts 12-5.
Mwamba claimed 5th position as Ronnie Omondi’s brace and Humphrey Kayange’s touchdown secured them a 21-10 win over KCB.
After poor outings at Prinsloo and Sepsetuka 7s, Nondies managed to claim the Challenge trophy as a Dennis Ombachi hat-trick aided them to a 36-14 mauling of Western Bulls.
MKU Thika secured a 13th place finish courtesy of a 21-12 win over Kisii RFC.
Makueni RFC have been crowned the Division two champions after edging out Webuye RFC 19-12 in the winner.
The win sees Makueni promoted back to the Division one ahead of next weekend’s Dala 7s, the final leg of this year’s national 7s circuit.
Kabras 19-7 Impala
3rd place playoff
Nakuru 12-5 Quins
5th place playoff
Mwamba 21-10 KCB
Nondies 36-14 Bulls
13th place final
MKU Thika 21-12 Kisii