Masinde Muliro College of Science and Engineering (MMUST) and Kabras Sugar dominated the quarterfinals of the Lake Victoria Cup, the inaugural Western Kenya rugby15s match played now at the MMUST floor, Kakamega County.
The Kenya Cup facet MMUST thrashed viewing championships facet Eldoret 51- to qualify to play into the semifinals when Kenya Cup champions Kabras Sugar were being 41- winners over Mbale RFC all through the quarterfinals.
Subsequent the victory, MMUST will be Western Bulls though Kabras take on Kisumu RFC at the semifinals.
Kisumu competent to engage in in the semifinals following they have been handed a bye by Kisii RFC who unsuccessful to journey to Kisumu while Bulls were being handed a bye when the University of Eldoret (UOE) gave the event a broad berth as they play in the Varsity Cup in Maseno.
Erick Kantona scored a brace Griffins Chao and Lameck Ambetsa bagged a brace try every single while Collins Ngoko, Brian Ndeda, and Jimmy Mwembe touched down for the students in the pre-time event.
MMUST head mentor John Asila said that the pre-period tournament is very good as he prepares his group for Kenya Cup time that kicks off upcoming month on 26th.
“For us, a gain was not that vital but the get is good. So considerably I have noticed the faults fully commited and it will be improved for us to rectify right before the league commences,” stated Asila.
Paul Abuto grabbed a hat trick when Kabras sugar mauled Mbale in a just one sided come across in the first quarterfinal.
Geoffrey Shitambasi grabbed the direct with Ntaben Dukisa failing to score the extras as Abuto went earlier the white clean with Dukisa sloting in for a 12- direct.
Hillary Adhiambo and Asuman Mugerwa scored fast attempts with Dukisa slotting concerning the posts for millers for a 26- guide.
Abuto went past the white wash once again for his next and Victor ended up scoring his first with all unconverted for a 36- lean and Abuto grabbed a hat trick with his unconverted attempt.
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