By Ali Mutanje
Impis boast of arrogance and they showed a lot of it at the Graveyard when they started the game with seven debutants against a team that hasn’t lost a single game the whole season and and are top of the table; Alvin Sali, Joshua Nkrumah, Clive Lumu, David Mutesasira and Reuben Opeesa made up the five man contingent.
When the match finally got underway KOBs struck first as early as the third minute with a try and a missed conversion. They crossed the chalk line again 6 minutes later with a good conversion. They went down by a man to 14 when Conrad Mukwaya was shown a red card, they were 33-00 up yet they managed to strike again in the 37th minute with a penalty before heading into halftime at 40-00.
It was more of the same in the second half as KOBs continued to dominate Impis as Edgar Sseruwagi got the match underway with a try. There was a hat-trick for Pius Ogena, Aredo sent his conversion an inch wide to extend the lead to 79. It was impressive stuff from the apparent champions
Impis were overwhelmed by the power of the table toppers. Trevor Maina made it rain tries at Makerere and Ijo missed with his boot to take the score to 84 and down the Impis. Brian Ochan made a try at the death, Aredo split the uprights to mark the end to the Impis misery.
KOBs treated this as a warm up ahead of the Pirates decider next week ending the game in a five-star performance from the boys. Even Pirates must be scared of this KOBs team taking the highest score by any team this season with just 9 points short of the 100 mark.
FT: KOBs 91-00 Impis