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Fireworks Expected as Heavyweights KCB & Kabras Go Head to Head for the Enterprise Cup

After losing their grip on the Kenya Cup title after a whole five years of dominance, KCB are out to inflict pain on new Kenya Cup champions Kabras when the two sides square off in the Enterprise Cup final at the RFUEA Grounds in Nairobi.

KCB are determined to down defending champions Kabras RFC and win the Enterprise Cup to wrap up the season with some silverware after missing out on the league title by falling to Menengai Oilers in the semifinals of the Kenya Cup.

Both teams will miss the services of their Kenya players who are on duty win the national rugby team in South Africa in the Currie Cup, but KCB assistant coach Dennis Mwanja expects an action-packed final nonetheless.

“Matches against Kabras are always competitive and hard-fought. I am confident we can go all the way and win the trophy,” Mwanja said.


Whereas Kabras made it to the final by beating Homeboyz 37-11 in the semifinals, KCB managed a 20-18 win over Impala to book a date with the defending champions.

Kabras will heavily rely on their youthful and enterprising squad and are confident of upstaging KCB and retaining the Enterprise Cup for at least a season more.

“KCB are one of our biggest rivals and we want to finish the season on a high by defending the trophy we last won in 2019,” Kabras head coach Jerome Muller said.

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.

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