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The 18/19 Kenya Cup Last Four In Numbers

After 17 match days, the race to the One Million Kenya Shillings prize that comes with the title of ‘2018/19 Kenya Cup Champion’ is now down to four teams. League leaders Kabras Sugar RFC alongside defending champions KCB booked their ticket to the last four

Kenya vs Hong Kong Player Ratings.

The Kenya Simbas on Sunday played out to a 19 all draw in the first of a two test series against Hong Kong. With 17 changes to the Simbas side, this test offered the perfect platform for players who had been overlooked to make a

Quins Trump Impala

The Kenya Harlequins made sure that the Ngong road bragging rights remained safely at the Quins club house, after seeing off the Impala Saracens 28-10 under a rainy Impala club. The visitors who had previously lost 13-11 at the same venue during the pre-season, dominated

Finally, The Simbas Hunt At Home.

This Saturday, you have an opportunity that you simply cannot pass up on. For the first time this year, you have the opportunity to watch the mighty Simbas on the hunt at the RFUEA, when they take on Uganda in the second leg of the

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

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,

Ngong Road Derby Round 2, Fight!

Some of the perks in this new league format is that we get to experience weekends such as this coming one, twice. After a thrilling encounter on match day 1, it is time for Ngong Road derby round 2! When they last met, on 21st

New Look Kenya Cup Enters Match Day 2

I will start by admitting that I am not the biggest fan of the new look Kenya cup. The new system that sees the 14 teams split into two pools of 7, playing home and away fixtures within the pools and one fixture against the

Dream 7 From 2015 Series

With the dust from the 2015 sevens series having settled, how about we look back and pick the best seven players from what was a highly competitive series? Here are my picks : 1. Dan Sikuta (Mwamba) His was one of the easier picks in

The Big Boys Are Back!

In many ways this could be termed as a new beginning for the Kenya sevens. New coach, returning players and for the first time in quite a while, we seem to have a room clear of ‘elephants.’ So is this the start of the season