ENTERPRISE CUP

Kabras pummel Quins to reach Enterprise Cup finals

After last season’s miss, Kabras are back to the Enterprise Cup finals after a win over Kenya Harlequins in the semis staged at RFUEA Grounds on Saturday evening.

Kabras started off impressive took the ball through several phases and the move would see Felix Ayange put through Fijian fullback Jonah Kubu who sliced through Quins defence to score Kabras opening try. Philip Wokorach added the extras for a 12-0 lead.

Few minutes later Kubu was at it again, this time releasing George Nyambua who dived over to lead 12-0. Kenya Harlequins pulled back by scoring at the left corner but missed a conversion.Lyle Asiligwa added a penalty after an infringement by Kabras to cut the gap to four points.

Kabras struck again at Quins end this time around accessing Quins try line after a maul. Max Adaka dotted the ball and Wokorach points from the tee send Kabras to a 19-8.

Kabras crossed over for the fourth try after Nick Baraza offloaded the ball to Mario Wilson who dived over for the try. Wokorach once again added the extras to push Kabras to 26 points. Kubu was sent off for a sin-bin before halftime but Quins couldn’t capitalize on his absence.

Asiligwa added a penalty to quins scores. His drop goal just before halftime failed to split the posts and the clash would head to the break with Kabras leading 26-11.

In the closing half, Kabras added another try after Claude Johannes scored off the scrum. Two points from the tee by Wokorach saw Kabras lead 33-11.

Aaron Oforywroth and Max Adaka were set to the bin after different offenses. And as Quins tried to surge forward Kubu intercepted the ball and kicked forward to score for Kabras his try was converted for a 40-11.

It was not over for Kabras as Johnstone Mung’au set up Wokorach who scored and converted his own try. Former Quins players Nick Baraza, Mung’ao and Paul Abuto were enjoying a fine form and Abuto would seal their victory after Wokorach offload.

Quins: 1. Brian Obwaya 2. Edward Oseko 3. Melvin Thairu 4. Mike Onsando 5. Tony Mutai 6. Peter Misango 7. Patrice Agunda – C 8. Kevin Angote 9. Dominic Osino 10. Lyle Asiligwa 11. Daudi Semwami 12. Alex Olaba 13. David Ambunya (VC) 14. Aluda Beda 15.Eric Shikuku

Replacements 16. Boniface Ochieng 17. Elisha Koronya 18. Steve Biko * 19. Hilary Baraza 20. Herman Humwa 21. Edward Shitanda 22. Frank Wanyama

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