Photo: Mwamba players celebrating after winnning Kabeberi 7s with Captain Dan Sikuta.

Mwamba found themselves trailing in the first few minutes of the Kabeberi 7s cup final 7-0 after Ian Minjire touched down for Impala. Things turned from bad to worse when Nato Simiyu extended Impala’s lead to 12-0 a score that not many anticipated.

Michael Agevi went over the white wash and Collins Injera added the extras to take Mwamba to a narrow 14-12 lead at half time.

Impala’s George Okowa’s try gave Impala a 17-14 lead before Kenya 7s international, Collins Injera responded with a try to give Mwamba a 19-17 lead.

 Impala went into the driving seat again this time courtesy of Paul Mutsami’s unconverted try before Shaban Ahmed quickly responded with a try and Injera converted to end the match 26-22 in favor of Kulabu.

Earlier,   the Saracens saw off university side, Pan Africa Strathmore Leos 5-26 in the Kabeberi 7s cup quarter finals before narrowly beating Top Fry Nakuru 12-7 in the cup semis.

Mwamba sent the bankers to the plate semis with a 10-19 win before putting Kabras to the sword in the cup semis with a 19-7 win.

This match saw the three Emonyi brothers: Michael Agevi, Collins “Locole” Injera and Humphrey “Tall” Kayange play for Mwamba.

In other results, Nelson Sangur and Oscar "Mr Wisdom" Ayodi showed class when Homeboyz beat KCB 10-12 to clinch the Plate title.

Biko Adema and Teddy Solano were instrumental as Nondies edged Western Bulls 20-7 in the Bowl finals.

Technical University of Kenya (TUK) registered a 0-15 win against Makueni to be crowned as the Kabeberi 7s Shield champions.


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