Kabras, the reigning Kenya Cup champions, kick off their title defense on November 25 with an exciting home match against newcomers Kisumu RFC at the Kakamega showground.

Seeking a remarkable third consecutive title, they face a challenging away encounter against Menengai Oilers in Nakuru on December 2, followed by tricky fixtures against Blak Blad and Mwamba on December 9 and 16, respectively.

After a festive break, Carlos Katywa’s squad resumes action on January 6 with a home game against Homeboyz.

Despite a preseason setback in the Lake Victoria Basin Cup, where they lost 14-13 to Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST), assistant coach Felix Ayange views it as a wake-up call, recognizing areas for improvement.In a season where Kabras aims to maintain their unbeaten streak, perennial contenders KCB eye a chance to halt their momentum. KCB opens their campaign with a rematch against Nondies, followed by clashes with Quins, Nakuru, and Strathmore Leos before the highly anticipated showdown with Kabras on January 13 in Kakamega.

The Kenya Cup’s group phase concludes on April 6, setting the stage for playoffs on April 13. Teams finishing third and fourth will meet the fifth and sixth-placed teams, respectively.

The victors advance to the semifinals on April 20, leading to the grand final on April 27.


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