George Asin, Andrew Amonde and Sorano inspire KCB to win the Enterprise cup. KCB clinched last year's title after beating Menengai Homeboyz Rugby.
KCB went into this match missing the services of their key players : Curtis Lilako, Peter Karia, Oliver Mang'eni Kizito, Moses Amusala and sensational Darwin Mukidza. Kabras missed the services of veteran Edwin Achayo and Nick Barasa who were in Brazil on assignment for Kenya fifteens.
Levy Ochieng opened the scoring in the first minute of the Enterprise Cup final for the reigning Kenya cup Champions. Former KCB center Fabian Olando added the extras with a well drilled conversion.
KCB responded two minutes later with George Asin bursting past two players and dived over the whitewash but Michael Wanjala's conversion was not that good.
Apenisa Natabua had an eighth man pick and forced his way to the try box to bring the scores to 12-7. Fabian Olando's conversion did not have the accuracy.
Colllins “Mubaya” Wanjala could have made it 10-12 as he had a good line-break but he was stopped five meters from the try box by Kabras defense.
Oscar Sorano Simiyu reduced the points gap at the 13th minute and Michael Wanjala made no mistake from the conversion to bring matters to level, 12-12 the score.
Good link up play from the bankers forwards, ended up with Oscar Simiyu bulldozing past five Kabras players and scored a try. Billy Isabwa added the extras.
Game play had to stop with 10 minutes to half time for Billy Isabwa had to receive treatment. He collided with his teammate after Kabras winger, Aluda Beda missed the tackle. Kenny Andola replaced injured Billy Isabwa and play resumed.
Kenya sevens captain, Andrew Amonde stretched KCB's lead to 24-12 from a driving maul at the 40th minute mark.
Kabras had a mountain to climb in the second half bearing in mind they have never beaten KCB in any fifteens aside rugby tournament and they were trailing by 12 points.
Kabras technical bench were forced to make a change as their talisman, Brian Tanga limped off fifteen minutes into the second half.The sugar millers made a technical change introducing Steve Ochieng in place of Duncan Mwangi at the 60th minute.
There was nothing to add to the scoreboard as neither of the teams conceded points.
KCB beat Kabras 24-12 at the RFUEA to retain the Enterprise cup title.