The 2017/18 Kenya Cup season entered matchday two last weekend with 6 matches taking place.

The central point of attention was arguably the RFUEA grounds and Impala Club where Quins and Mwamba were hosting Nakuru RFC and Impala Saracens respectively.

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Quins 46-19 Nakuru

The Ngong Road based side went to the clash seeking to grab their first win of the season having lost to Homeboyz in their opener and they showed their intent from the onset,taking an unassailable 26-7 lead to the break.

Win over Nakuru was the first for Quins this season/Photo/Scrummage

An attempt by Nakuru to stage a comeback was thwarted by quick fire tries from Peter Misango and Brian Beckham.

Impala 30-12 Mwamba

Mwamba will definitely rue their lucklustre show in the second stanza which saw them concede 25 points in a span of 40 minutes.

Kulabu had held on well in the earlier stages of the match,trailing 5-0 at the break but a Mark Kwemoi-inspired second half saw the match end in favour of the Sarries.

Kabras 44-13 Strathmore

For a second match in a row,the millers found themselves trailing early in the clash courtesy of a converted try by former Kenya U-20 international Gabriel Adero.

Kabras came from behind for the second consecutive time/Photo/Scrummage

Charles Cardovillis’ charges would however underline their title credentials staging a superb comeback,just like they did against Mwamba on matchday one to thump the students,grabbing a bonus point win in the process.

KCB 33-6 Kisii

Five tries and four conversions was all that defending champions KCB required to condemn newbies Kisii to their second loss at their Gusii stadium homeground.

Past action between KCB and Kisii at Floodies/Photo/Scrummage

The win courtesy of tries by Peter Kilonzo,Francis Mwita and Rocky Aguko saw the bankers return from Kisii with a winning bonus point in the bag.

Homeboyz 29-21 Nondies

Considering that these sides use the same ground,this fixture has never been short of entertainment.

Action between Nondies and Homeboyz/Photo/Scrummage

For Willis Foxx Ojal,a first win of the season was the only thing that the white shirts were out for as Paul Murunga sought to extend their fine start to the new season.

A spirited Homeboyz side marshalled by the ever green Dalmus Chituyi managed to withstand a resolute Nondies side to claim the important win.

Blak Blad 22-10 Mombasa

A rare Kenya Cup match on a Sunday evening saw the students claim a bonus point win against their hosts Mombasa RFC who are still hunting for their first point following their return to the top tier.