KCB Teams Advances in Ongoing Interbank Sports

KCB Bank Kenya has been on a good run in the ongoing Kenya Institute of Bankers (KIB) Interbank Sports at the Kenya School of Monetary Studies and other selected venues.

The women’s tug-of-war team defeated their arch-rivals Equity Bank 2-0 in the quarters to set up a mouth-watering semi-final clash against the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK).

Samuel Mwangi and Wyckliffe Owaka scored two crucial goals to hand the men’s football team a 2-1 win over Bank of Baroda in a quarter-final contest played at the Kenya School of Monetary Studies (KSMS). They now prepare to tackle NCBA in the semis tomorrow afternoon.

“We have been preparing well for this edition of the KIB Interbank Sports. As KCB, we knew that the competition would be tough, so we brought in younger players who are hungry for the football crown.

We have always beaten Bank of Baroda; hence we came here for a win and that is exactly what has happened. We now prepare for another formidable NCBA side in the semifinals,”

noted KCB Captain Eric Oketch.

The volleyball affair was one sided as KCB Bank Kenya women’s volleyball team trounced their sister company NBK 2-0 (25-5, and 25-12) and will face ABSA tomorrow afternoon in the semis.

The Bank has advanced to the Lawn Tennis final in the men’s category after seeing off Equity 2-0 in a riveting encounter at the Parklands Sports Club yesterday evening. In the women’s category, KCB lost 2-0 to Equity Bank and will play for the third position today.
The men’s tug-of-war team will resume action today against Housing Finance Corporation (HFC) in the quarterfinals

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