KCB's Collins Kimani(with ball) leaves hands off Impala's Nato Simiyu during the 2007 Enterprise Cup quarter final victory at Impala Club. The two sides meet on Saturday in a crucial Kenya Cup league clash at the Lions Den.
Its Kenya Cup Match Day 17 and the top of the table clash between leaders Impala and defending champions KCB is the highlight of the weekend fixtures. It is worth noting that these two sides have led the league from day one .
Impala currently lead the table on 61 points from 15 outings while KCB are second on 55 points, having played a game less.
The showdown between is a must-win for both teams, and the side that loses will most definitely be out of Kenya Cup contention.
A win for Impala sees them claim their first Kenya Cup in four years,they must win at all costs as this is their last league fixture of the season. On the other hand, a win for KCB puts them in good stead for a fourth successive Kenya Cup heading into their final fixture away to Kenya Harlequin.
KCB go into the match seeking to protect their proud five year unbeaten record at home to Impala. The Lions have sealed two league titles(2005/2006) with victories against the same opposition at this venue Will history repeat itself?
KCB's exciting second XV, The Cubs,are also on course for a first Eric Shirley Shield title since 2004. They play Impala II in the second last round of the second division league. A win secures the ESS for The Cubs.
Be at The Lions Den' on Saturday 23 August from 3.00pm for an exciting afternoon of rugby action.
KCBRFC Online will post the results and a mini review of the action on Saturday evening.
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