Mwamba produced a classy display to run in seven tries past Homeboyz for a 46-19 score in an early kick off at the Impala club
Mwamba started on the front foot, two line breaks in the first minute before Tony Owuor set up skipper Patrick Ruhiu to cross the chalk for the men in Black. Tony Omondi getting the conversion right for a 7-0 lead early on.
Minutes later Injera would take a quick tap from a penalty before shrugging off the attention of three defenders to race his way to touch down Mwamba’s second try. Omondi missing the extras to leave the scores at 12-0.
Homeboyz would then blow away a chance to put points on the board from the penalty after Asena’s kick bounced off the uprights.
Mwamba would continue piling pressure on the Homeboyz defence and it would not be long Greg Odhiambo would produce a scintillating run from deep in their own half to beat three defenders before dotting down in the corner.
The Deejays would then score their first through Matanda, Asena getting the conversion right to cut the deficit to just ten points.
It would soon enough prove to be a Mwamba affair as Injera would cross over for his second, Tony Omondi adding the extras to make matters 24-7.
Kulabu would continue rampaging with a few minutes of the first half left to play, before Kenya sevens international Billy Odhiambo produced good footwork to score in the corner, Omondi failing to add the extras for a 29-7 lead.
Mwamba were the first to score from the break through Alex Aturo who pounced on a kick before beating his defender to score in the corner, Omondi once again up to task to drill in the twos. Scores now 36-7.
Homeboyz would score next from the back of a maul, Asena adding the twos to take the scores to 36-14. Omondi would add three points from the boot to extend their lead to 39-14.
Collins Injera would grab his third under the posts after a series of offloads from their half to take the scores 46-14 before the radio boys replied with one from their young winger after good play from the back line. The extras still proving elusive for Asena, the scores now 46-19.
That would be the last score in the entertaining early kick off clash.
Squad: 1. Deus Mudaki 2. Salaton Muturi 3. Eugene Sudi 4. Stephen Sikuta 5. George Omolla 6. Yahya Hussein 7. Collins Injera 8. Tony Owuor (VC) 9. Eugene Nzioka 10. Tony Omondi 11. Horace Otieno 12. Patrick Ruhiu (C)13. Billy Odhiambo 14. Alex Aturo 15. Greg Odhiambo
Replacements16. Kevin Kerore 17. Yuko Alfred 18. Thomas Soteri 19. Stephen Wang’ondu 20. Louis Kisia 21. Martin Oyugi 22. Felix Otieno 23. Sabala Tendwa