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Delight For Rugby Fans As Kenya Cup Set To Start This Weekend

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Six matches have been lined up as the Kenya Cup Rugby tournament commences this Saturday. Defending champions Kabras Sugar set sight on dominance.

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On 26th November, the strong and mighty in Kenyan Rugby will lock horns on Matchday one of the 2022-2023 Kenya Cup.

Defending champions, Kabras sugar, will face Catholic Monks at the Kakamega Showground. South African Head Coach Jerome Muller ended KCB’s five-year reign, winning the Kenya Cup with Kabras Sugar.

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Five years of consecutive defeats at the final ended with their win and Jerome flew back to South Africa in pursuit of bigger challenges. Fellow South African, Carlos Katywa, has since been unveiled as the new head coach. Katywa was part of Muller’s technical bench.

KCB prop Curtis Lilako shrugs off Nondies skipper Steve Odhiambo in the Impala floodlit final. KCB face Quins this weekend in the Kenya Cup (Photo: Courtesy)
KCB prop Curtis Lilako shrugs off Nondies skipper Steve Odhiambo in the Impala floodlit final. KCB face Quins this weekend in the Kenya Cup (Photo: Courtesy)

Here are the Fixtures

Kabras Sugar v Catholic Monks | Kakamega Showground | 4.00 pm

Menengai Oilers v Mean Machine | Nakuru Showground | 4.00 pm

KCB v Kenya Harlequin | KCB Sports Club | 4.00 pm

Strathmore Leos v Masinde Muliro | Strathmore University | 4.00 pm

Mwamba v Homeboyz | TBC | TBC

Blak Blad v Nakuru | Kenyatta University | 4.00 pm

To Be Considered

KCB have been busy in pre-season and a fortnight ago won the Impala floodlit tournament, beating Nondies 20-3.

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