According to assistant coach Dennis Mwanja, KCB will depend on their level of stamina to defeat Blak Blad this weekend at the Ruaraka Sports Club and win the Enterprise Cup.

Last weekend, the Western Bulls were unable to compete, and the KCB were given a walkover to the quarterfinals. The lads are eager to bounce back from their failure in the Kenya Cup and compete for the top spot, according to Mwanja.”We slipped a little bit last year as our opponents capitalized on our mistakes to deny us the trophy. This time around, the boys are charged up, and it’s our greatest desire to bring that trophy home,” he said.

Elvis Olukusi, Griffin Musila, Thomas Okidia, Samuel Asati, Brian Wahinya, Jacob Ojee, Peter Kilonzo, and Darwin Mukidza will be missed by KCB as they will be competing for their country in the Currie Cup, which begins on Saturday in South Africa.


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