USIU made an easy job of already relegated Ngong Warriors, winning by 69-20 in a clash postponed to Sunday to give the students time to send off that late Derrick Obiero.
USIU went ahead barely two minutes into the game though Naison Chabayanzara, Mulakoli adding the extras for a 7-0. Fred Okoth would then add the second for a 12-0 lead early on in the game.
Ngong looked not turned up for as Mati Kimanzi would shrug off the attention of two defenders before going over the white chalk, conversion sailing wide for a 17-0. Skipper Eliud Mulakoli extended his side’s lead after dancing his way through Ngong shirts for a try under the posts to take the scores to 24-0.
Conrad Isiongo then produced a stinging run from their own half, stepping and twisting to open Ngong’s scoring account.
Minutes later Chabayanzara grabbed his second under the posts for a 31-5 half time score.
The martials were quick out of the blocks with two tries, one from the back of the maul by hooker Joseph Kagimu and another from flanker Kimanzi for 43-5 lead.
Fly half Charles Kuka then put his name on the score sheet after a chip and Chase , Mulakoli adding the twos for a 50-5 lead. More was still to come for the martials with Ronald Kipchumba going over for another converted try.
Subsistute Den Hure then made sure USIU sailed into the sixty point mark with a try in the corner, Kuka missing the resulting conversion for a 62-5. Another try from Kimanzi would take USIU to 69-5.
Ngong would then score two tries in the dying moments of the first in a bid to restore some dignity to the scoreline, final scores 69-20.