The Kenya Rugby Union (www.KRU.co.ke) signed a five-year
contract with Radio Africa Group in October 2018 which sees
Bamba Sports broadcast all KRU sanctioned matches.
Broadcast Partner has aired the first six Kenya Cup double
headers within Nairobi but this coming Saturday, 19th January,
they will be in Nakuru at the Nakuru Athletics Club airing the
Menengai Oilers vs Strathmore Leos match which kicks off at
2:00pm followed by mid table clash between hosts Top Fry Nakuru
and Menengai Cream Homeboyz.
You can watch these matches on Bamba Sports Channel Six or
stream live via this link: www.BambaKenya.co.ke
Nakuru will head into this match coming from a 21-36 loss in
the hands of the Kenya Harlequins whereas Menengai Cream
Homeboyz won their first match of 2019 beating Blakblad 35-23.
Nakuru’s loss has dropped them from the sixth position to the
eighth on the Kenya Cup log while Homeboyz have moved up one
position; from eighth to seventh.
The tenth placed Menengai Oilers will take on twelfth placed
Strathmore in what is a must win match for both sides if they
are to keep their hopes of not getting relegated alive.
Oilers have won one match so far while Strathmore are on a
six-week loss streak.
Naiobi will host the other four matches: Kenya Harlequins win
over Top Fry Nakuru RFC saw them move up one spot and are now
third on the log.
They are away at the University of Nairobi grounds playing
Machine who suffered a 3-50 loss in the hands on the defending
Champions KCB in week five at the Lion’s Den in Ruaraka.
Machine’s performance has seen them remain eleventh in the
At the Kenyatta University Grounds, second place KCB will be
hosted by the ninth place Blak Blad. Blak blad gave Homeboyz a
run for their money over the weekend despite their 23-35 loss at
The same venue will see Nondies host the only unbeaten side
in the league- Kabras Sugar RFC.
Nondies last minute penalty awarded them a 22-20 win over the
Resolution Impala Saracens at the RFUEA Grounds and they have
moved up from the fifth to the fourth position on the log while
Kabras remains top with a five-point lead over the second place
Kabras cruised into week six of their unbeaten run beating
Menengai Oilers 41-5.
Resolution Impala Saracen’s loss to Nondescript RFC resulted
in them dropping to the fifth position.
They head to the Railways Club for their clash against
Stanbic Mwamba who are slowly but surely finding their footing
in the league.
Despite having a slow start when the 15s league kicked off in
November Kulabu’s performance seems to be improving per week;
they have moved up from the 10th to the sixth position in a span
of three Match Days.
Week Seven Matches :
Menengai Oilers v Strathmore Leos - 2:00pm NAC
Top Fry Nakuru v Menengai Cream Homeboyz - 4:00pm NAC
Blakblad v KCB - 4:00PM Kenyatta University
Mean Machine v Kenya Harlequins - 4:00pm University of
Stanbic Mwamba v Resolution Impala Saracens - 4:00pm
Nondies v Kabras - 4:00PM Jamhuri Grounds
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