Kabras Sugar humiliates KCB to win the Kenya Cup in 2023.

In the ASK Kakamega Showgrounds in Kakamega on Saturday, Kabras Sugar defeated their bitter rivals KCB 19-9 to win the championship again.

Kabras head coach Carlos Katywa had to devise a proper strategy after his team lost to the bankers in each of their previous five final meetings in order to assist the millers end the curse.

The deafening clamor and momentum generated by their home fans, who packed the Forest Stadium in large numbers, propelled Kabras to win another penalty 10 yards from the try line, which Kenyan international Jone Kubu, who is of Fijian descent, sent home to make the score 3-0 in the 10th minute.

The KCB fans got up and started dancing to the Isukuti beats out of fear of another shock. This action roused the bankers, who launched a barrage of assaults at Kabra’s defense. Unfortunately, KCB lost three lineouts that the Kabras back line intercepted in three straight attempts due to weak set plays.

The forwards on both teams engaged in heavy hitting and physical contact throughout the most part of the game. Three minutes before halftime, KCB was given the chance to tie the game, but Darwin Mukidza was unable to take advantage due to the heavy winds.

Kabras’ third penalty attempt was again missed by Dukisa as the teams walked into the locker rooms with the millers up 3-0.

When Dukisa corrected his first two misses to make it 6-0 early in the second half, Mukidza answered with a penalty for the bankers to make it 6-3.

The bankers made numerous tries to score on their first try, but they were unsuccessful since the Kabras defense was formidable.

The hosts ultimately broke their curse against KCB thanks to a late penalty kick from South African fly half Dukisa (19-9).

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