Dala sevens defending champions Mwamba RFC inched closer to defending their title defence after edging out varsity side MMUST 24-5 in a quarter-final fixture staged in the lake city of Kisumu.
Kulabu have set the stage for a fierce showdown with Homeboyz RFC who beat Strathmore Leos 12-7 to sail through to the next stage.
In other fixtures, reigning national sevens circuit champions KCB RFC will attempt to get to the final when they meet Driftwood Sevens runners-up Menengai Oilers.
The contest has been billed a final before the final and the likely winner could go all the way to claim the Dala title.
To get to this stage Oilers defeated Nondies 12-0 while KCB were 40-7 winners over Catholic Monks.
The bankers on their way to the quarter-finals thrashed Blak Blad and Impala RFC to book a slot in Sunday’s quarter-finals of the Dala Sevens rugby tournament being held at the Jamhuri show ground.
KCB comfortably won their opening fixture demolishing varsity lads Blak Blad 31-0 before overpowering Impala 19-0 in their second match of the day.
The bankers also saw off Strathmore Leos 21-10 in a match that started with a one-minute silence to pay tributes to former KCB forward Jerry Olola who died on Thursday.
Kulabu on the other side thrashed Kisumu RFC 26-7 in their opening fixture before losing 22-24 to Nakuru RFC in a close encounter.
The Bankers will play varsity side Catholic Monks while Mwamba books a date with another fast-rising varsity side Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST) in a mouthwatering fixture.
KCB was in Group C alongside varsity lads Strathmore Leos, Kenyatta University’s Blak Blad and Impala.
The bankers are aiming for a Dala Sevens win to extend their current lead in the National Sevens circuit that stands at 58 points.
Strathmore Leos are sitting second on 53 points.
Dala Sevens tournament is organized by the host club Kisumu RFC.
The National Sevens series heads to Nakuru next weekend for the Prinsloo Sevens tournament.
The games are currently being held at the Jomo Kenyatta Sports Stadium, in Mamboleo Kisumu.
Homeboyz 12-7 Leos
Mwamba 25-5 MMUST
KCB RFC 40-7 Catholic Monks