Mwamba stayed in the hunt for playoff qualification, pulling off an 18-5 win over Strathmore Leos in the early kickoff at the ASK Jamhuri Park on Saturday 18 March 2017.
It was Mwamba who opened the scoring, George Mutuku drilling home a penalty for an early 3-0 lead before former Western Bulls backrow Elkeans Musonye barged over to put the Leos 5-3 up.
Alex Aturo would see Mwamba retake the lead for good, touching down to see the side ahead 8-3 at the interval.
Mutuku would add a second penalty before converting Marvin Odembo’s try to confirm the result
KCB Go Second With Come-From-Behind Win At Quins
Trailing 15-26 in mid second half, KCB rallied to beat SportPesa Quins 29-26, returning second on the log. The bankers got an early lead off a flanker Felix Ojoo try with Mukidza missing the conversion.Quins would retaliate as David Muhanji went over for a try with the conversion sailing wide. Mukidza extended KCB’s lead with a successful penalty. That would be the end of KCB’s points in the half as hosts Quins added 14 points through Wilson Kopondo’s and Paul Kioko’s tries both converted by full back Kevin Keegan.
Second half had KCB dominating in as they had a good run registering 21points across the Quins half. PeterWaitere would dummy an rush in between the quins defense to dive under the posts.
Patrice Agunda would extend his side’s lead with his try converted by Keegan. A penalty to KCB at the opponent’s 5 meter line saw James Kilonzo run straight to score right next to the post with Mukidza sure with the kick taking the score to 22-26 in favour of Quins.
In the dying minutes of the game, scrum half Michael Wanjala would spread the ball wide to find Felix Ojoo who got his brace as KCB were now leading 27-26. Mukidza sure with the conversion extended the lead to 29-26 at full time.