It's Kabras Sugar and KCB in the Enterprise Cup final again

Walter Okoth (left) of Kabras Sugar in action against KCB during the Kenya Cup final.[Washington Onyango,Standard]

Kenya Cup champions Kabras Sugar will renew their rivalry with KCB in this year's Enterprise Cup final set for Saturday at the Rugby Football Union of East Africa (RFUEA) Grounds.

The sugar men who are also the Enterprise Cup defending champions last Saturday knocked out rivals Menengai Oilers 19-17 in the semifinals played in Kakamega to reach the finals.

Biden Hayo scored two tries as Bryceson Adaka landed Kabras' third try for a 19-0 lead before Oilers responded through Coleman Were and Crispin Shitundo touchdowns as Geoffrey Ominde added a penalty.

In Nairobi, four-time Enterprise Cup champions KCB scored 10 tries to hammer Impala Saracens 64-3 at the Ruaraka Sports Club.

Griffins Musila (two tries), Jacob Ojee, Eugene Sirima, and Festus Shiasi scored a try apiece for a 33-0 half time lead before Musila completed his hat-trick as Mukidza, Felix Ojoo and Edwin Otieno sealed the win.

Kabras will now face off against KCB again in a repeat of last year's final where the sugar millers emerged winners 9-6.

The two giants clashed in the Kenya Cup final on March in Kakamega where Kabras won 19-9.

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