Joel Inzuga and Collins Injera bagged a hat-trick and a brace respectively as Mwamba registered their biggest win of the season following a merciless thrashing of The University of Nairobi side mean machine in the 10th fixture of Kenya Cup, the rugby-15-a-side at Lions Den in Ruaraka.
The Machines failed to work as they seek another ‘repair’ at the university as Kulabu won 51-08, with their 8th win while Machine on the bottom, registered their 9th defeat with five points of the 2018/2019 season.
Also on target were Deus Mudaki, Salaton Muturi and substitute back Hussein Yahya scored for Mwamba as Daniel Taabu made three conversions and a penalty.
Centre Valentine Odoyo scored Machine’s only try as the varsity students trailed 25-0 at the break.
Defending champions Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) came out of the second half with renewed energy to claim a 25-3 win against Impala Saracens.
Oliver Mangeni, substitutes Griffin Musila and Vincent Onyala scored a try each as Darwin Mukidza made two conversions and a penalty to spur KCB to victory as Sammy Oliech managed the only penalty for Impala.
Unbeaten Kabras Sugar RFC continued with their superlative performance to defeat Homeboyz RFC 39-24.
Felix Ayange scored a brace as Dan Sikuta, Claude Johannes, Phillip Wokorach and Kevin Kabole all made a try each Wokorach and a penalty conversion.
It was Homeboyz Polycarp Odhiambo, William Diffu and Mohammed Omollo touching doewn for the visitors with two conversions from Evin Asena and Leonard Mugaisi hit through the poles courtesy of a drop goal.
Nakuru RFC defeated newly promoted side Menengai Oilers 46-37 in the Nakuru derby bragging rights.
But the shocker of the weekend was at Kenyatta University grounds where hosts Blak Blad that is handled by legendary Mitchel “Tank” Otieno stunned Kenya Harlequin 16-15.
1. nakuru RFC 46-37 Menengai Oilers
2. KCB 25-03 Impala Saracens
3. Kabras Sugar 39-24 Homeboyz
4. Mwamba 51-08 Mean Machine
5. Blak Blad 16-15 Kenya Harlequins
6. Nondescripts 26-18 Strathmore