Homeboyz continued with their superlative performance to win the third title in the third leg of National Sevens Rugby Series, Kabeberi sevens that came to an end at Machakos stadium.
The Deejays, who won the opener at Nakuru’s Prinsloo and Eldoret’s Sepetuka added their third title of Kabeberi to win three out of three meetings ahead of Mombasa’s Driftwood sevens next weekend.
Leonard Mugaisi, Alvin Otieno and Johnstone Olindi went past the try line Nakuru RFC 17-07 with Nelson Oyoo’s converted try.
Jeff Okwatch touched down a brace of tries while Shabaan Ahmed and Vincent Onyala managed one each as Kenya Commercial Bank beat Kenya Harlequin 22-5 to settle for bronze in the third place play-off.
Mwamba, who made it to the final at Prinsloo and Sepetuka, were forced to settle for fifth place this time round after beating Kabras Sugar 26-19. It’s Kenya Sevens speedster Collins Injera’s try that settled the tie after a 19-19 deadlock.
Menengai Oilers thrashed Kisii 15-0 to lift Challenge Trophy.
Homeboyz head coach Paul Murunga attributed their victory to the inclusion of the likes Kenya Sevens players skipper Oscar Ayodi and Augustine Lugonzo, and Zeden Maro in the squad.
Homeboyz are due to defend their Driftwood Sevens title in Mombasa on Saturday. They will later seek to defend Dala Sevens in Kisumu and later capture Christie Sevens title in Nairobi.