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Rugby: Defending champions KCB edge Nondies to pick fourth Kenya cup win

RUGBY By Washington Onyango | January 15th 2022 | 1 min read
KCB's Elvis Olukusi, Manasseh Oduor and Peter Kilonzo during Kenya Cup match against Impala at KCB Sports club on Saturday, Jan 8, 2022. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

Martin Owilla scored a brace as defending champions KCB picked their fourth win of the campaign after thrashing Nondescripts 34-9 in a Kenya Cup match played at Ngong Race Course on Saturday.

In the match, Martin Owilla scored the bankers first try of the match that was converted by Shaban Ahmed as they lead 7-0 in the opening ten minutes.

Moments later, Kenya Simbas star Darwin Mukidza added a three pointer to extend KCB’s lead to 10-0 lead.

Bob Muhati touched down for the bankers second try which Mukidza converted for a 17-0.

Kanyiri Kariuki would split the posts with a penalty for Nondies who trailed 17-3 at the break.

In the final half, Kariuki grabbed Nondies second penalty before Mukidza responded as the scores changed to 20-6.

Substitute Davis Chenge would then score from the bench for KCB before Mukidza added the extras to extend the bankers lead to 27-6.

Owilla completed his brace as he crossed over for the fourth and final try of the game.

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