Homeboyz thrashed Mwamba RFC for the second time to win Sepetuka sevens title, the second leg of National Rugby series that came to an end today at Eldoret Sports Club.
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After a successful outing in the series opener, beating Mwamba at the final to lift Prinsloo title in Nakuru last week, The Deejays Homeboyz again thrashed Mwamba 25-0 to claim Sepetuka sevens title to top the standing with 22 points.
Michael Wanjala touched down first for Homeboyz with Johnstone Olindi missing the conversion for 5-0 as Charles Omondi added the second try with Wanjala’s shot failing to pass between the posts and hitting the post for a 10-0 lead into break.
Olindi made the third try with Brian Juma missing the conversion before Mark Wandeto was on target for the Deejays for a 20-0 but Juma missed the conversion and Stanley Isogon sealed the victory with a try and Juma again missed the conversion.
Homeboyz made it to the final after edging out Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) 12-05.
as they awaited Mwamba RFC who defeated Nondescripts 24-12 in the second final to set the repeat of Prinsloo sevens finals last week in Nakuru with Homeboyz the title.
Wanjala converted Olidi’s try for a 7-0 lead for Homeboyz before Wandeto made the second try that Wanjala missed the conversion for a 12-0 lead for the deejays before Geoffrey Okwachi going past the try line but Ahmed Shaban missed the conversion for a 12-05 final score.
Homeboyz capitalised on Peter Waitere’s sin bin to make the second try but the Bankers failed to used olindi’s sin bin in the last minute of the match.
Mwamba RFC came from 07-0 down to thrash Nondescripts 24-12 in the second semifinal. Brian Ameitsa made the first try for Nondies but fast double tries by Ronnie Omondi restored the Mwamba’s lead for a 12-07 lead.
But Matt Wanjia touched the between the posts that was converted by Daniel Taabu to bring back Mwamba in the game for 17-07 as was on a brace Amaitsa missed to convert his try.
After the hooter, Mwamba had the ball and Eliakim Kichoi converted his try to seal final slot.
In quarter final one, Homeboyz beat title defending champions Kabras Sugar 29-0 as KCB beat Nakuru RFC 22-07, Mwamba came from 10-0 down to oust Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology 12-10 while Impala Saracens lost to Nondies 17-14 to seal semifinal tickets.