Kenya Cup, While You Were Away…

Dear Kenya Cup, it will be exactly 363 days since the last time we enjoyed each other’s company, since you toyed with my emotions, like only you can. On that afternoon of 29th day of February 2020, you served us with an enthralling 22 all draw between Homeboyz and KCB at the Jamuhuri Show grounds,… Continue reading Kenya Cup, While You Were Away…

The 2019 Prinsloo 7s Match Predictor.

With three legs of the 2019 Stanbic National Sevens series, we feel that we have enough background data to try predict how the first division matches at Prinsloo will play out on day one. So here goes, also feel free to add your predictions in the comments section. 1. Northern Suburbs vs Stanbic Mwamba (Mwamba… Continue reading The 2019 Prinsloo 7s Match Predictor.

Wabiro Dala

After what seemed like an eternity (read a one week break) the Stanbic National sevens series is back this weekend at the Mambo Leo Showgrounds in Kisumu for the Dala Sevens. A quick recap of how things have played out so far, KCB started off with a win in Kakamega, before Stanbic Mwamba came and… Continue reading Wabiro Dala

We Are Into The Final Lap

If the 2018/19 Kenya cup season was a long distance track race, then it can be said that we are into the final lap, the final two to be exact. With two game days to go, the race for the six play-off spots and league survival could not have been closer. With a maximum of… Continue reading We Are Into The Final Lap

A Word From The Captains…

Peter Misango

Ahead of the 2018/19 season, we caught up with the respective Kenya cup club captains and discussed their preparations, thoughts and expectations for the season. Hear it from the head horse’s mouth… We expect a very competitive season ahead as this will be our first shot at Kenya cup but these are the moments we… Continue reading A Word From The Captains…

Is It Really A Two Horse Race?

Past action between KCB and Kabras.

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 ‘play off’ system, in the 2012/13 season, only one side… Continue reading Is It Really A Two Horse Race?

The 7s Show Can Only Get Better From Here.

Jeff Oluoch in action at Prinsloo (Photo - Tusker Lager)

Three legs into the 2017 sevens series and I can sit here and confidently say that this has, rather will be the most exciting series we have seen in a while. Best part is, it can only get better, here is why. With three legs done, no one can certainly call out a clear series… Continue reading The 7s Show Can Only Get Better From Here.

It Is Cross Over Season

Philip Wokorach in action during the previous meet.

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 of 6. In the first round fixtures, a team would… Continue reading It Is Cross Over Season