Du Plessis calls for improvement from his charges

It was the sugarmillers second win of the campaign after a humiliating newly promoted Kisumu RFC 89-0 last weekend in Kakamega

In Summary

• Sugarmillers outscore Mwamba by six tries to one.

• Kabras next play  Impala.

Action between Kisii RFC (green) and Egerton RFC at Gusii Stadium on November 2
Action between Kisii RFC (green) and Egerton RFC at Gusii Stadium on November 2

Kabras coach Hennley Du Plessis believes there is room for improvement for his charges after picking up a bonus-point win in their 43-9 demolition of Mwamba over the weekend.

It was the sugarmillers' second win of the campaign after humiliating newly- promoted Kisumu RFC 89-0 nine days ago in Kakamega.

Du Plessis said they were taking one game at a time, adding that he wants the team to build on these performances.

"We are sticking to our structures and playing to our strengths but definitely, we can be better. However, am happy with the effort the boys have shown so far,” said Du Plessis.

The South African tactician saluted the performance of veteran Lawrence Buyachi and Fijian Timoci Senate, who came during the transfer window.

"They bring in experience and leadership to the team,” said Du Plessis.

The Enterprise Cup champions outscored Mwamba by six tries in a dominant second-half performance which sees then lead the standings alongside champions KCB after two matches. Kabras led 7-6 at the interval but stepped up a gear in the second half to outplay the hosts.

Sinaite and compatriot Nakaragua Abisai scored two tries each with Charlton Mokua and Buyachi scoring one apiece. Flyhalf Dukisa Ntabeni added five conversions while Brian Kivasia scored three penalties for the hosts.

Kabras next host Impala this weekend at the Kakamega Showground. 

Champions KCB defeated Quins 32-20 at the RFUEA ground.

The bankers made a lightning start with tries from Shaban Ahmed, Davis Chenge and Brian Omondi in a dominant first half which also saw Isaac Njoroge adding two penalties and two conversions for a 29-3 lead at the break.

The bankers suffered a blow at the start of the second half as winger Michael Kimwele was sent to the sin bin and Quins awarded a penalty try before scoring back-to-back tries through Jacob Okumba and Pius Shiundu before a late penalty by Njoroge sealed the win for the bankers.

Impala back row Elkeans Musonye scored a hattrick of tries as the Sarriess pounded Blak Blad 57-9.

Menengai Oilers edged Western Bulls 27-21 in Kakamega as Homeboyz edged Nakuru 15-10. Kisumu RFC registered the upset of the weekend stunning Nondies 19-17 in Kisumu.