Kenya Harlequins bagged their second consecutive win as they beat Mwamba 48-16 at the RFUEA grounds.
Three minutes into the match, Brian Beckham would land the first try into the game as Kevin Njugi added the extras. A Harlequins infringement saw Michael Agevi reduce the deficit to 7-3 off a penalty. Ronald Musaja and Stanley Lunani landed a try each as Njugi only managed to convert Lunani’s try. A second Quins infringement saw Agevi add an extra three points for his side.
Muhanji, would swing past a Mwamba defender to sprint for the try line but was tackled into touch by Agevi. The Mwamba line out would be stolen by Quins and Peter Musanga peeled off the defenders taking his side’s led to 24-6 as the conversion sailed wide. Brian Beckham quick with his feet landed his brace taking the scores at half time to 29-6.
Second half, Agevi was handed a red card for a dangerous tackle reducing Mwamba to 14 men. This was soon followed by three tries as Lunani, Malcom Onsando and Eric Shikuku each landed a try and Lyle Asiligwa converted two. Scoreboard now read 48-6.
Mwamba would attempt to get back into the match with two tries through Hyke Otieno and Marcus Muriithi was cut short as the eighty minutes elapsed after the conversion sailed wide.