Kenya Cup final: Changes in kick off times for Kabras RFC-KCB clash

Kabras RFC poster. PHIOTO/Kabras RFC

Kenya Cup organizers have announced changes to kick off times for the  final  pitting Kabras RFC and KCB Rugby slated for Kakamega Showground on April 6, 2024

The highly anticipated match is now scheduled to kick off at 3:00 p.m. and not at 4:00 p.m as earlier planned. The changes come at time when Kakamega County is expected to experiencing heavy rainfall.

Kenya Cup update

“UPDATE | The kick off time of the #KenyaCupFinal at the ASK Kakamega Showgrounds has been changed from 4:00pm to 3:00pm. Get your earlybird ticket at and we’ll be seeing you this Saturday 6th April AT THE FOREST,” Kenya Cup announced.

Kabras RFC, aiming to secure their third consecutive Kenya Cup title, will be eager to make history by joining the elite list of teams that have achieved this feat.

On the other hand, KCB Rugby, having narrowly missed out on the title in the past two seasons, will be determined to reclaim the trophy and assert their dominance in Kenyan rugby once again.


The showdown between Kabras RFC and KCB Rugby promises to be a spectacle, with both teams boasting formidable talent and a fierce competitive spirit.

Rugby fans can expect an intense battle on the field as these two giants of Kenyan rugby renew their rivalry in what is sure to be a thrilling encounter.

In the lead-up to the final, Kabras RFC showcased their dominance in the Kenya Cup semi-final, delivering a commanding performance to defeat Nondies with a convincing scoreline of 37-9.

KCB vs Kabras in a scrum-contest. Photo Courtesy/ Adolwa Miliza.

KCB vs Kabras in a scrum-contest in Kenya Cup. Photo Courtesy/ Adolwa Miliza.

With this victory, Kabras RFC secured their ninth consecutive appearance in the Kenya Cup final, demonstrating their prowess and consistency in the competition.

Meanwhile, KCB Rugby secured their spot in the final with a hard-fought victory over Menengai Oilers in the semi-final match held at the Lion’s Den, Ruaraka.

Despite a resilient performance from the visitors, KCB Rugby emerged victorious with a final score of 21-12, thanks to tries from Vincent Onyala and Bob Muhati, as well as crucial points from the boot of Darwin Mukidza.

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