Nyambua bags a hat trick as Kabras Sugar maul Nondies to maintain Kenya Cup dominance

Kabras Sugar captain George Nyambua (center) in action against Nondies.[X,Fanaka Studios]

George Nyambua touched down a hat trick of tries as defending champions Kabras Sugar hammered Nondescripts 40-0 on Saturday as the sugar men continued with their Kenya Cup dominance at Impala Grounds in Nairobi.

Nyambua who doubles as Kenya Simbas captain got the visitors off to a good start after touching down the game’s first try that was converted by South African fly half Ntabeni Dukisa for a 7-0 lead.

Former MMUST winger Lameck Ambetsa danced his way to the white wash for a 12-0 lead with Dukisa missing the twos.

Off a scrum, Nyambua bagged his brace to stretch the lead to 17-0. This time, Dukisa amended his earlier miss to convert for a 19-0 score heading to the break.

In the final half, Nyambua again got the restart off with a try that Dukisa converted for a 26-0 lead as the skipper grabbed his first hat trick of the season.

Kenya Sevens scrum half Brian Tanga would then assist Collins Indeche for a 33-0 lead after Dukisa’s conversion before Griffin Chao sealed the win with his first Kenya Cup try.

Dukisa added the extras as Kabras won 40-0.

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