Menengai Oilers floor Impala to reach Floodlit semis

Menengai Oilers players. Photo/Tisap

Menengai Oilers had a superb start to the Impala Floodlit as they defeated hosts Impala Saracens 53-15 in the second quarterfinal of the tournament.

They are through to the semis next weekend after winning their quarters match.

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The Gibson Weru side were the stronger side as they dominated in all the aspects of the game proving to be too strong for the hosts Impala.

Menengai Oilers in a past action Phot Courtesy/Denis Acre-half.

Menengai Oilers in a past action Phot Courtesy/Denis Acre-half.

Menengai Oilers debutants had a fine run in the game staged at the Impala grounds, some of them scoring.

Celestine Mboi who joined the side from Daystar Falcons scored his maiden try for the green and blue men.

The hooker who is out to impress in the Kenya up after a fine stint with the Daystar Falcons touched down over the white wash under the posts for his first try in the oilers jersey.

Abutwalib Wesonga later added the twos to his try. The Menengai fine run continued as they dominated the hosts. At the break the oilmen were leading 27-7.

Ibrahim Ayoo who was charged with the captaincy role was not left behind as he also had a share of the spoils by also having a try. Once more Tony Oketch was the man who added the extra twos.

Elkeans Musonye who joined Oilers from Kenya Harlequins also stamped his authority as he came off the bench and scored his first 15s try on his 15s debut for the Oilers

Musonye got his try from a moving maul towards the corner. That was the last try of the game as Tony Oketch slotted in the extras bringing the score card to 53-15.

Impala efforts saw them score two tries with one being converted and a penalty bringing their tally to 15.

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