Kisumu RFC Qualifies for Trophy Quarters

Challenge Trophy Quarters

  • Kisumu v UoE
  • Catholic v Egerton
  • MMUST v Daystar
  • Kisii v MKU Stingerz

Cup Quarters

  • Kabras v Bulls
  • KCB v Webuye
  • Homeboyz v Makueni
  • Impala v Blad

Kabras finished day one unbeaten, topping Pool A with a 26-0 win over Daystar University. Impala sailed through as Pool B winners after posting a 10-5 win over Kisii with KCB beating Blad 17-7. Homeboyz topped Pool D with a 27-0 win over Bulls.

Makueni reached the cup quarterfinals with a 17-0 win over hosts Kisumu while Webuye reached the cup quarters with a 14-12 win over Egerton.

Kabras Sugar became the first side to reach the cup quarters at the Dala Sevens with a 24-0 win over hosts Kisumu. They were joined in the cup quarters by Impala who posted a 35-0 win over Egerton as Makueni kept their hopes of reaching the last eight with a comprehensive 31-0 win over Daystar. Also reach the quarters were KCB who stung MKU Thika 36-0 in Pool C action. Webuye were 17-7 winners over Kisii to stand a realistic chance of reaching the cup quarters.

The sugar men were earlier made to work for a 12-0 win over upstarts Makueni. Hosts Kisumu also signalled their intent with a 14-10 win over Daystar as Impala Saracens posted a 36-0 win over Webuye.

Kisii RFC pulled off a 24-12 win over Egerton with KCB defeating Catholic 22-19. Blak Blade left it late in the 19-17 win over a determined MKU Stingers.

Day One Results

  • Kabras 12 Makueni 0
  • Daystar 10 Kisumu 14
  • Impala 36 Webuye 0
  • Kisii 24 Egerton 12
  • KCB 22 Catholic 19
  • Black Blad 19 MKU Stingerz
  • Homeboyz 31 MMUST 0
  • Bulls 12 UoE 0
  • Kabras 24 Kisumu 0
  • Daystar 0 Makueni 31
  • Impala 35 Egerton 0
  • Kisii 7 Webuye 17
  • KCB 36 MKU Stingerz 0
  • Blad 31 Catholic 7
  • Homeboyz 46 UoE 0
  • Bulls 12 MMUST 12
  • Makueni 17 Kisumu 0
  • Webuye 14 Egerton 12
  • Catholic 24 MKU Stingerz 7
  • Kabras 26 Daystar 0
  • Impala 10 Kisii 5
  • KCB 17 Blad 7
  • Homeboyz 27 Bulls 0

Additional notes from Kenya Rugby Union


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