Resolution Impala Saracens made true their start-of-the-week statement to Stanbic Mwamba today at the Impala Club. A full-time score that will live to be remembered for ages to come.
Samson Onsomu opened up scores, Quinto Ongo converted but Mwamba’s Collins Injera (OGW) scored a try a minute later. Eugene Nzioka converted to level scores. Mwamba’s Michael Agevi was sent to the bin for dangerous play. Impala chose to call for the scrum, a platform from which Billy Omondi scored from. Quinto converted to stretch Impala’s lead. Impala’s Olympian – Samuel Oliech scored at the corner but Ongo failed to earn the extras. A yellow card flashed at Impala flanker – Elkeans Musonye opened up Impala defence to pilferation. Injera scored his brace. Nzioka converted. 3 more tries from Anthony Jeremy Odhiambo, Steve Juma & Quinto Ongo (who converted Odhiambo’s & Juma’s) ensured a comfortable half-time lead for the Gazelles.
HT: Resolution Impala Saracens 38-14 Stanbic Mwamba
Impala lock – Eric Kerre was first to score in the second half. Although Quinto converted this try, he found a little trouble converting Billy Omondi’s work-of-art try that followed. Nyandigisi’s kick and chase technique earned him 2 tries, which Ongo converted comfortably. Ongo’s pace & boot earned him 7 more points after he scored and converted from the corner flag. Although Yahya Hussein scored for Mwamba at the 80th minute, it caused no dent to an Impala outfit that had already entered Enterprise Cup Semi territory
FT: Resolution Impala Saracens 71-19 Stanbic Mwamba
Enterprise Cup Semis Fixtures
Resolution Impala Saracens will now face KCB Lions in the first Enterprise Cup Semi. Kabras RFC will play Kenya Harlequins in the other fixture. Kabras qualified after beating Nondies 21-11, KCB posted a 36-16 win against Nakuru & Kenya Harlequins beat BlakBlad 55-0