Tag Archives: Philip Wokorach

Can Kabras Finish The Job?

Five seasons, one Kenya cup title, countless wins later, the question on everyone’s minds when Kabras lines up at the forest to take on KCB in the million shilling match, will be, can Kabras finally finish the job? It has been five fantastic seasons at

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

It Is Finally Here…

Ladies and Gentlemen, it is finally here, the match that has been on everyone’s lips and keyboards since the Kenya Cup fixtures were released sometime in November 2018. Ladies and Gentlemen, it is finally time for Kabras vs KCB and if you are anything like

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

The Best XV of 2017.

The year 2017 will go down as one of the most memorable in recent times for more reasons than one. From nail biting league action in the second half of the 2016/17 season, to the most competitive sevens series in recent times and a Kenya

The Best Seven of 2017!

I think that I have used this phrase one too many times, but for emphasis sake here I go one more time. This has been by far the most competitive sevens series in a very long while, maybe even of all time. For the first

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

Simbas Roar Loud And Proud!

In front of a capacity crowd at the RFUEA grounds, the Simbas turned on the style to record a hard fought 45-24 victory against the Uganda Rugby Cranes. The result saw the Kenya Simbas reclaim the Elgon Cup title with an emphatic 93-34 aggregate score,