Kenya Simbas won the 2018 Elgon Cup beating Uganda Cranes 38-22, (72-38) on aggregate, on Saturday July 7 at RFUEA Grounds.
Kenya ran in five converted tries and one penalty against Uganda's four tries and one conversion. For the win, Kenya picks four points in the Africa Gold Cup to stay second with 12 as Namibia leads with 15.
Kenya Simbas routinely won the first leg of the 2018 Elgon Cup beating Uganda 16-34 on May 26 meaning they win the 2018 edition with 72-38.
Kabras Sugar winger Philip Wokorach scored two tries with Michael Wokorach and Ivan Magomu also getting on the scoresheet. Kenya's five tries were scored in the first half by Jacob Ojee, Davies Chenge, Samson Onsomu, Felix Ayange and Moses Amusala with Darwin Mukidza converting all.
Mukidza's second half penalty in the second half added three points before Amusala scored the last try converted by Mukidza to seal the win.
Uganda's next game will be against Tunisia on August 4, 2018 in what will be their first home game of the season.
The Kenyan side will await Tunisia from Uganda to host them on August 11 before heading out to Namibia for season finale.
1. Patrick Ouko (Homeboyz), 2. Colman Were (Kabras Sugar), 3. Joseph Odero (Kabras Sugar), 4. Andrew Chogo (Kabras Sugar), 5. Oliver Mang’eni (KCB), 6. George Nyambua (Kabras Sugar), 7. Elkeans Musonye (Strathmore Leos), 8. Davis Chenge (KCB/Captain), 9. Samson Onsomu (Impala Saracens), 10. Isaac Adimo (Kenya Harlequin), 11. Jacob Ojee (KCB), 12. Darwin Mukidza (KCB/Vice Captain), 13. Peter Kilonzo (KCB), 14. Felix Ayange (Kabras Sugar/debut), 15.Vincent Mose (Impala Saracens),
16. Peter Karia (KCB), 17. Moses Amusala (KCB), 18. Hillary Mwanjilwa (Kabras Sugar/potential debut), 19. Simon Muniafu (Decazeville, France), 20. Dalmus Chituyi (Homeboyz), 21. Martin Owilah (KCB), 22. Xavier Bett (Impala Saracens), 23. Biko Adema (Nondescripts)
15. Philip Wokorach, 14. Justin Kimono, 13. Michael Wokorach, 12. Pius Ogena, 11. James Odong, 10. Ivan Magomu, 9. Aaron Ofoyrwoth, 1. Saul Kivumbi, 2. Paul Sekate, 3. Asuman Mugerwa (Captain), 4. Charles Uhuru, 5. Eliphaz Emong, 6. Ronald Musajjagulanyago, 7. Brian Asaba, 8. Marvin Odongo
16. Joseph Tamale, 17. Martial Tchumkam, 18. Collin Kimbowa, 19. Robert Aziku, 20. Simon Olet, 21. Conrad Wanyama,22. Gerald Sewankambo, 23. Adrian Kasito