Blakblad through to Quarters as curtains fall on #Kabeberi7s Day one


Kenyatta University’s Blakblad made their way to the Kabeberi7s cup quarters as they finished their pool matches with a 36-0 win over Kisumu RFC. Earlier blakblad had drawn 7-7 with Impala which was followed by a 7-22 loss in the hands of the hosts Stanbic Mwamba. They book a 10:20AM date with Menengai Cream Homeboyz to determine who progresses to the semifinals.

The hosts pulled off a stellar performance in their pool match against Resolution Impala Saracens. Trailing from 5-0, they managed to land three well worked tries as Steve Sikuta, Greg Odhiambo and Collins Injera all dotted down to secure a top of the pool finish.

KCB, Homeboyz, Kabras, Nakuru have been regulars in the quarterfinals and this weekend will be no different.

The second round of the #Kabeberi7s matches saw Top Fry Nakuru RFC secure a slot in the cup quarterfinals with a game in hand as they beat Strathmore Leos 33-14. This was followed by a 38-5 thrashing of Menengai Oilers in the hands of their ‘brothers’ Menengai Cream Homeboyz RFC.

Resolution Impala Saracens landed three converted tries without conceding a single point as they beat Kisumu RFC 21-0 before their neighbours Kenya Harlequins bulldozed their way to a 34-0 win over the Masinde Muliro University boys. Meanwhile KCB RC survived a Resolution Kisii RFC scare as they beat them 17-14 securing themselves a quarterfinals spot as Nondies closed this round with a 12-14 loss to Mean Machine.


The Stanbic National Sevens Series caravan moved to Machakos this weekend for the Kabeberi7s. The first round of matches saw Resolution Kisii RFC with the biggest win as they beat Masinde Muliro University 31-00 in what was the fifth pool match.

The opener match saw Nelson Oyoo’s solitary try secure a win for Top Fry Nakuru over the Menengai Oilers. Menengai Cream Homeboyz beat the Strathmore Leos 22-7 as Mwamba RFC landed four tries two of which were converted successfully in their match against Kisumu RFC.

Resolution Impala Saracens match against Blakbad ended in a seven all draw.

KCB dug deep in the second half to win their first match against the Kenya Harlequins. Quins were leading 10-7 at the break but second half saw them soak in two tries from the bankers losing the match 17-10 at full time.

Kabras Sugar were denied a win by a gutsy Mean Machine side. Kabras took a 7-0 lead in the second half as Aluda Beda landed his side’s try. A penalty against Kabras in their five yard saw a determined Mean Machine side maximize on it and they landed a center post try through Valentine Odoyo and an Eric Muthama conversion leveling up the scores at the death. This being the second match to end in a 7 all draw. Nondies proved to be the bigger team as they ran in three tries over the Northern Suburbs try line with all conversions sailing wide. Suburbs, the Sepetuka 7s Division Two winners managed to land one try that was converted successfully.

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