Kabras utility back Philip Wokorach bagged the Top Points Scorer and Top try Scorer award in the just concluded Kenya Cup season.
The Ugandan sensational scored 23 tries as Kabras went to finish second in the Kenya Cup season following a 23-15 loss to KCB in the finals staged at a fully packed Kakamega Showground on Saturday 18 May. The 23 tries sees him walk away with the top try scorer gong.
His total points scored at the end the season are 207 and they earned him the top points scorer award too. Last season, Kenya Harlequins captain Peter Misango won the top try scorer award after scoring seven while Darwin Mukidza was the top points scorer.
Wokorach took on twitter to thank his teammates, Kabras technical bench for the support and the almighty God enabling him to have an injury free season.
“Despite the loss to KCB in the finals. My God helped me bag these babies and keeping me injury free the whole season. Thanks to God, Family, teammates, Kabras technical team and the most lovely n amazing Kabras fans. Forever grateful #PW15 #kabras asanteni sana,”he
Despite the loss to kcb in the finals. My God helped me bag these babies and keeping me injury free the whole season. Thanks to God??,Family,teammates,Kabras technical team and the most lovely n amazing kabras fans. Forever grateful #PW15 ??????#kabras ???? asanteni sana pic.twitter.com/JDjV7ffAvH
— PHILIP WOKORACH?? (@WokorachPhilip) May 20, 2019
The player will be keen to guide the side to the Enterprise Cup success next weekend as they tackle Impala Saracens in the finals. Kabras will head to the finals seeking the maiden Enterprise Cup triumph.