Kabras Sugar advanced to the finals of the Enterprise Cup following a dominant 54-11 win over Kenya Harlequins on Saturday, May 4.
The matchup at RFUEA Ground was a mismatch of sorts as visitors were clinical throughout the 80 minutes restricting Quins to just one try and a couple of penalties.
Fijian Jone Kubu, playing at fullback, got Kabras on the board after a beautiful combination with Philip Wokorach who was fielded as a fly-half. The Ugandan star kicked through for a 07-00 lead.
George Nyambua scored an easy try to extend Kabras lead but Ugandan winger Daudi Ssemwami went over for Quins to trim the deficit. Lyle Asiligwa slotted through a penalty moments later and the gap was down to four (12-08).
However, two tries from skipper Max Adaka and South African Mario Wilson, both converted by Wokorach, gave Kabras a comfortable 26-11 lead going into the halftime break.
After the break, Claude Johannes, Jone Kubu, Wokorach and Paul Abuto all went over the try line to complete the whitewash.
Meanwhile, Impala Saracens shocked heavyweights and 2017 winners KCB 11-10 to join Kabras at the finals.
Anthony Odhiambo’s long penalty was the difference as it put Saracens in the lead of a game they trailed 10-8 for a long period of time.
The Enterprise Cup final is scheduled for May 25.