The 2022-23 Kenya Cup regular season drew to a close last weekend which has paved way for the top four finishers to lock horns in the tournament’s play-off in the upcoming weekend.
Kabras edged KCB with one point to top the Kenya Cup table which meant that Kabras had topped the Kenya Cup for the fifth consecutive season. They also made history by becoming the only Kenya Cup team to boast the best defensive record by only conceding 77 points.
KCB on the other hand finished second for the fifth consecutive time while Meninges Oilers finished third for the third consecutive time. Kenya Harlequin on the other hand finished fourth for the first time in three seasons.
The defending champions Kabras will host Harlequins on Saturday at Kakamega Showground. The hosts will be aiming for an eighth consecutive Kenya cup final in their nine seasons in the league. Kabras thumped Harlequins 27-12 during the regular season and will be hoping to replicate the same.
The other semi-final will bring KCB against Menengai Oilers at Ruaraka which will repeat last season’s play-off. The oilers thumped KCB 24-17, and KCB will be cautious to avoid any slip-up.