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After the Impala Floodlits, the Bamburi Super Series and a dramatic league campaign, the battle for the Kenyan championship comes down to 80 minutes at two venues on Kenya Cup Match Day 14.
KCB Lions travel to the Rift Valley to square it out with hosts Nakuru RFC on Saturday afternoon at the at the Nakuru Athletic Club while defending champions Kenya Harlequin host Impala RFC at the RFUEA. These two matches will determine the 2009 Kenya Cup winners.
After thirteen gruelling rounds,nothing else but what happens on Saturday afternoon matters. Not the star players, not the coaches, not the best tries,tackles, dummies and drop goals of the season, nor the best fans. Nothing but the final result. And ultimately, this is why we are rugby fans.
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