Category Archives: Kenya Cup

Say Goodbye To Ordinary Saturdays!

For the next 6 months, your Saturdays will be nothing short of extra ordinary, as we finally welcome back the region’s favourite league, the Kenya Cup. Among other things, your Saturdays will now be filled with edge of the seat, heart stopping top flight rugby

The Hecklers – Episode 7

In episode 7, we look at the upcoming Kenya cup season, we preview ‘the Mbuzi weekend,’ touch on the internationals, oh we have a new tag line, then make our applications to the Kenya 7s technical bench. Enjoy… It's only fair to share…LinkedinPinterestTwitterTumblremailFacebook

The Kenya Cup Dream XV

The curtains have fallen, the dusts settled, mud and water puddles dried up, on what was the most exciting Kenya cup season we have seen in recent times. It is time to pick the dream team. Over 22 weeks, we have witnessed the best of

All Hail Kabras, The Kings Of This Jungle!

All hail Kabras, them of house Opulence, the newest holders of the ‘Iron throne’ in this Kingdom that is the Kenya Cup. Kabras made their ascend to the throne after drowning House Impala 22-5 in a one sided final battle, at a rain drenched Impala

Will It Be Second Time Lucky For Kabras?

In their very first season of asking, Kabras Sugar defied all the odds to reach the Kenya cup final, that one ending in a 27-3 defeat at the hands of KCB. That was last season. Since then the sugar millers have invested heavily in their

Then, There Were Four

The journey to the Kenya cup title that started with 14, then went down to 6, is now down to four sides. Quins, Impala, Kabras and KCB. This weekend the penultimate round of the journey plays out along Ngong road. After sitting out last weekend,

Kabras and KCB March On To Semis

It was a weekend made for the ‘Ks’ as the undertaker had rightfully predicted, as Kabras and KCB booked their semi final slots in rather contrasting form. While Kabras were made to sweat it out in the last few minutes on their way to a

Who Will It Be For The Semis?

After 19 weeks of pulsating, edge of the seat, sometimes health hazardous action, 14 have become 6. From that 6, 4 will be in action this weekend to determine who will play in the Semi finals. For finishing 1st and 2nd, Impala and Kenya Harlequins

It All Boils Down To This

18 game weeks over a period of 6 months, 126 games, 10,080 minutes of play under the scorching sun and pouring rain, it all boils down to this. Game week 19, where we finally separate the title contenders from the pretenders, those made for the

Kulabu, Kings Under The Rain.

I put it to you that if the Kenya Cup was to be played under the rain, every weekend, Mwamba RFC would be crowned champions. I came to this realisation, after watching the black shirts choke out a 10-5 win to complete the double over