After ending their five-year Kenya Cup drought, Kabras Sugar RFC seeks to add more silverware to the cabinet as the Enterprise Cup remains up for grabs.
The Kenya Cup champions are into the last eight of the Enterprise Cup and face Nondescripts RFC on Saturday afternoon in Kakamega seeking to seal a slot in the semifinals of the competition.
Despite being heavy favourites going into the match against Nondescripts who have been relegated from the Kenya Cup for the first time since its inception in 1970, Kabras are not leaving anything to chance.
“We are not focusing on other sides or the semifinals. We are just focused on Nondies because if we don’t want to divert our attention to other things. When we qualify we will then think about the semifinal,” Kabras captain Dan Sikuta said.
The Millers are the defending champions of the Enterprise Cup and their ultimate goal is to win it again this season.
Their quarterfinal opponents Nondies have had their fair share of struggles in the regular Kenya Cup season, but that does not count anything, according to Sikuta.
“The knockout stage is a different ballgame and for them they will come all out and for us we just need to focus on our plan and focus on positive results,” he added.
Kabras are also buoyed by the walkover they got in their last fixture after Mean Machine failed to honour the match and hope to use the energy they saved to marshal Nondies out of their way.
Elsewhere, Resolution Impala will be at home at the Impala Club in Nairobi to take on Top Fry Nakuru, Blak Blad RFC will be away to KCB RFC while Homeboyz RFC have been deemed to have booked a slot in the last four with sources alleging that this is after their opponents Mwamba withdrew.