Category Archives: Kenya Cup

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

What If They All Lost?

As we head into Kenya Cup Match day 17, I ask you to once again pull out those calculators, its time for math. Before we head into the permutations, match day 17 in my ‘book’ is like the last train to the play offs. If

These Will Be Your Top 6

A few weeks back, Barrack Bukusi wrote a great piece on how, based on the then current form, he thought the Kenya cup sides would finish the regular season. With 4 weeks left in the regular season, I take my stab at predicting how the

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Shika Shika Time

Back in the day, when guys used to go for Disco and not ‘dunda’ I am told that there used to be a period that they called ‘shika shika.’ A very crucial few hours during which the fate of your night was largely decided. During

It’s The Bladdy Ref!

This has to be the number one excuse for a defeat, in any sport. Unlike other sports though, I feel that the man at the center of a rugby game bares the greatest responsibility and hence brunt at the end of any call they make.

What To Expect When Strathmore Take On Homeboyz

Mean Machine v Harlequins, Kabras Sugar v Nondies, Kenya Sharks v Top Fry Nakuru, Thika v Mwamba, Black Blad v Impala and KCB V Western Bulls. If these fixtures were up for betting on Sportspesa this weekend, I have a feeling there are a lot