Kabras will miss the services of halfback Barry Robinson for the next five weeks after being banned for a dangerous tackle on Impala’s Billy Omondi.
The halfback was red-carded less than 10 minutes after his introductions in their 39-26 win over Impala Saracens last weekend after his tackle on Omondi who was off his feet.
His tackle has been termed as reckless and dangerous by the Judicial Panel as his opponent landed with his neck/shoulder.
” The act of the foul play was reckless, the player was airborne and was therefore vulnerable. The victim also landed on the shoulder/neck area,” reads a statement by the panel.
Barry will now sit out during the Nondies and Blak Blad match. He is also set to miss the Enterprise Cup quarters, Kenya Cup semis and Enterprise Cup semis. His ban will run till 28 March meaning he will be available for the Kenya Cup and Enterprise Cup finals if the side makes it to the stages.
The side will also miss the services of youngster Collins Indeche who has been handed a six-week ban after tackling and dropping his opponent horizontally in an Eric Shirley Shield match against Impala.
Indeche who is fresh from Kakamega High School is expected to miss all the knock out matches and will be expected to return during the Enterprise Cup or Mwamba Cup finals.
The club has 24 hours to appeal the decision by the Judicial panel.