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Kabras Sugar thrash Nondies to reach fifth straight Enterprise Cup final

 Eugene Sifuna (center) of Kabras in action during Kenya Cup final against KCB.[Washington Onyango,Standard]

Defending champions Kabras Sugar booked their fifth straight Enterprise Cup final on Saturday after humbling Nondescripts 54-7 in the semifinals played at the Kakamega Showground on Saturday.

Barry Robinson scored a hat trick to inspire the sugar men to yet another final after previously playing in 2018, 2019, 2022 and 2023. The finals were not played in 2020 and 2021 dues to the covid-19 pandemic.

The win means Kabras Sugar will renew their rivalry KCB in the 2024 Enterprise Cup finals.

The bankers booked a spot in the final after coming from behind to knock out Kenya Harlequin 32-18 at KCB Sports Club in Ruaraka, Nairobi in the second semifinal match.

In Kakamega, Kabras Sugar continued to show why they are the team to beat in the land.

Robinson scored the opening try just two minutes into the game and swiftly followed with another four minutes later, both converted by Ntabeni Dukisa that gave Kabras a comfortable 14-0 lead.

Ephraim Oduor joined in on the fun to bolster Kabras Sugar lead before Humphrey Asirikwa touched down another and Valentine Etyang adding a penalty for a 28-8 half time lead.

Frank Mutuku had scored Nondies try before adding a penalty.

In the second half, former Koyonzo Secondary School captain Jackson Siketa, making his senior debut, made an immediate impact with a try, converted once again by Dukisa.

Teddy Akala, coming off the bench, added to Nondies’ woes with another try, with Dukisa’s flawless kicking continuing to pile on the points.

Robinson completed his hat-trick in style, while Biden Hayo, also coming off the bench, contributed for an impressive 54-8 victory for Kabras.

Having secured a three-peat in the Enterprise Cup last season, Kabras eye a fourth straight title.

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