KCB Rugby storm into Impala Floodlit finals after win over Oilers

Menengai Oilers vs KCB. Photo/Dave Mwaura

KCB Rugby stormed into finals after beating Menengai Oilers 41-21 in an Impala Floodlit semi-final that the bankers dominated the better part of the game.

The bankers are now on course to win the tournament for the fifth year in a row.

Wamalwa grabs KCB Rugby hattrick

KCB opened their scoring with Kenya Simbas scrum half Samuel Asati dancing his way over the white wash from a scrum before the veteran full back Darwin Mukidza added the twos.

Mukidza would later slot in a penalty bringing the scores to 10.

Youngster and Chipu captain Mike Wamalwa grabbed his first hat trick in the bankers jersey. Wamalwa who was named on the wing unlike Chipu where he was a centre had a fine game managing to secure a hat trick in a match that was dominated by the bankers. Wamalwa managed two tries during the first half which were converted by Mukidza.

Festus Shiasi also got on the scoresheet and once again Mukidza slotted in the extra twos.

They managed to get a penalty try from an infringement caused by KCB’s back rower Peter Waitere who was sent to the bin for collapsing a moving maul.

Wamalwa then scored under the sticks a try which Mukidza didn’t find hard to convert.

Oilers tries against KCB

Menengai Oilers winger, Allan Khavoli sprinted scoring in the corner where by Tony Oketch added the extras.

The bankers would respond with a drop goal from Mukidza outside of Menengai’s 22 bringing their tally to 41.

Oilers managed yet another try but that was not enough to level the scores as they scored during the last play.

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