KCB beat Kabras Sugar 23-15 at the Kakamega Showground on Saturday to win the 2019 Kenya Cup title for the third time on the bounce.
For their efforts, KCB will take home Ksh1 million while runners up Kabras will pocket Ksh 600,000.
Kabras went 0-7 down before Dan Sikuta’s try ensured they trail by only two points at the interval.
Flanker Charlton Mokua sliced through KCB’s defense to put Kabras 12-7 up before Uganda international Philip Wokorach made it 15-7 with a three pointer.
Kabras would be reduced to 14 as Kevin Keegan was sent out for 10 minutes after a high-tackle and KCB’s Jacob Ojee took advantage of the one-man over to score six from the spot.
Substitute halfback Ahmed Shaban went over with Ojee adding the extras to see KCB go 15-20 up. Ojee would add three more to put the game beyond Kabras Sugar’s reach.
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This season, their only defeat was against KCB at Impala Club when they went down 44-20 with KCB’s only defeat coming against Nondies on matchday two.
2019’s final was the third in a row Kabras and KCB were meeting. KCB won both -29-24 in 2018 and 36-8 in 2017- with both matches being hosted by KCB.