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Could This Be Redemption For Impala and The Djs?

On a weekend where the all eyes will be on the fight for Kenya Cup qualification, two clubs will be on a path to redemption as they line up for the Enterprise Cup Semi finals. The duo of Resolution Impala Saracens and Menengai cream Homeboyz

There Is Something About This Final.

For what seems like the umpteenth time, the now four time Kenya Cup finalists Kabras Sugar RFC are meeting KCB RFC in a final, this time the 2017/18 Kenya Cup final. Since the earlier’s promotion, the two sides have met in four finals, two in

Is It Really A Two Horse Race?

Seven weeks into the 2017/18 Kenya Cup season and it looks like the race to the title is a two horse race, between the defending and immediate former champions, last year’s finalists, KCB and Kabras. Underline the word, ‘looks like.’ Since we turned to the

What Next For The Safari 7s?

It has finally started to sink in, that for the first time in 21 years, what was once Africa’s premier sevens rugby tournament, the Safari sevens, will not be held in 2017. This being the first week of November, the HSBC World series is exactly

The Deejays Shot At Redemption

After a Kenya Cup campaign that promised a lot but delivered very little for the Homeboyz, the Enterprise cup presents the perfect shot at redemption for the Jamuhuri based side. At some point in that Kenya cup season, we had all agreed that the title

Who Will Lift The 2017 Kenya Cup?

Match number 102 of the 2016/17 season, by far the biggest one, is finally here with us and despite the side shows, it promises to be a clash of epic proportions. On the afternoon of 22nd April 2017 at the KCB Ruaraka Sports club, the

Why It Is the Deejays’ Title To Lose.

5 months, 16 game weeks, 192 matches, 4382 points and a league phase down the line, we can almost certainly say that the 2016/17 Kenya Cup title is for Homeboyz RFC to lose. Though with three defeats in 16 matches, there is little doubt that

It Is Cross Over Season

Some time in October, when the 2016/17 Kenya cup fixtures were released, a few friends and I noticed how we had a potentially super competitive season on our hands, I’ll explain. In the new Kenya cup format, the 12 teams were grouped into two pools

Kenya Rugby’s Super Sato

Every once in a season, twice if we are lucky, the rugby gods look down at Kenya rugby and align the stars to produce the perfect rugby weekend. During this very rare occurrence, fans are treated to the best of everything. There are usually two

Lions Outclass Wanyore

The KCB Lions ended an eight year wait for a win against Nakuru at the Nakuru Athletic Club with a resounding 28-10 result at the weekend. Heading into match day 8, KCB had not beaten Nakuru at the NAC grounds for close to 8 years,