Kenya Cup top scorer Philip Wokorach has his eyes on the title as Kabras heads to a crucial two weeks.
Wokorach went over twice in the 3-21 win over Kenya Harlequin on matchday 9 of the 2018/19 Kenya Cup that takes his seasonal tally to 13. Wokorach is six tries above Collins Injera of Mwamba in the scorers list.
“We wanted it and God gave it to us. The game wasn’t bad, they (Quins) proved to be a tough side and we kept on pumping and pumping and in the end it paid off.”
Kabras however missed out on bonus for the first time this season but Wokorach maintains any win over Quins is welcome.
“I feel great we worked hard for it and it paid off. Quins is tough side, they came to play. We wanted a win and we got it.”
Kabras Sugar remain the only unbeaten in the Kenya Cup but face two sides that have proved bogey in the past few seasons. Homeboyz are up next in Kakamega followed by Champions KCB in Nairobi.
Homeboyz were the only side that beat Kabras in Kakamega last season, 12-30, while KCB beat them in the last league meeting as well as in back-to-back Kenya Cup finals in the last two seasons.
“We are taking a game at a time and ready for any team that comes.”
Finishing position one in the regular league will see Kabras secure a home semifinal and eventually a final for a chance to win the title they last won in 2016.
“This season we are taking game at a time but all our eyes are on the trophy and we really want it,” concluded Wokorach.