Defending champions Top Fry Nakuru, KCB, Resolution Impala Saracens and Total Nondies have been handed byes to the Enterprise Cup quarterfinals. The tournament will kick off with four pre-quarter final fixtures on March 21. Homeboyz will host Blad Blad with the winner of this tie earning a quarter final clash against Top Fry Nakuru.
The top four teams at the close of the league phase that ran between November and February will converge at the Nakuru Athletic Club on Saturday 7th March as the Kenya Cup enters its semi-final stage. It is from this quartet that the eventual champion of Kenyan club rugby for the 2014/2015 season will be determined when the final is played a week later at the RFUEA Grounds in Nairobi.
Tusker Simba XV will once again feature in the Vodacom Cup, the third most prestigious rugby union competition in South Africa which will this year run from March 21 to May 30.
Mwamba have won the final round of the Safaricom Sevens Series, the Safaricom Christie Sevens with a 24-14 win over Resolution Impala Saracens this afternoon at the RFUEA Grounds on Ngong Road in Nairobi.
His command on the pitch is unrivalled. His rugby talent stands out, among his peers.
[caption id="attachment_511" align="alignleft" width="258"]Photo: Action from BRSS in the season[/caption]Kenyan sides Nguvu Papa and UAP Kifaru will meet in the final of the 2014 Bamburi Rugby Super Series at the RFUEA Grounds on Saturday 7 June 2014 with East African rugby’s premier trophy up for grabs.
A second half rally saw Alliance High School end a ten year wait for the Prescott Cup, overhauling a 14-15 half time deficit to defeat Rift Valley Academy 26-23 in an exciting final at the RFUEA Grounds on Saturday 6 July.
Eagles or Stars?
Finally the much awaited match against the Super Eagles and Harambee Stars is just 4 days away and my oh my are we eagerly waiting for it! The national team left Nairobi on Wednesday afternoon and opened camp in Naivasha ahead of their World cup qualifier match against Nigeria.“We have opted to go to Naivasha to avoid the hustle and bustle that comes with the busy city. The other reason is the pitch. It is better here and we want to train here before we face Super Eagles,” said Stars Coach Adel Amrouche.
As many as of the same opinion in the rugby players community of Kenya will attest having faced multiple challenges in their pursue of the unpopular game in high school. Burdened with negative attitude from the administration and the school, generalizing of poor character towards the players made a many to eventually bulge to pressure and throw in the towel.