Kenya Cup top scorer Philip Wokorach is aiming for the title as Kabras Sugar prepare for two crucial matches in the next two weeks.
Wokorach went over twice in the 21-3 win over Kenya Harlequin on matchday 9 of the 2018/19 Kenya Cup that takes his seasonal tally to 11, four tries above Collins Injera of Mwamba.
Kabras however missed out on bonus for the first time this season but Wokorach maintains any win over Quins is welcome.
Kabras Sugar remains the only unbeaten team in the Kenya Cup this season but will next come up against a Kakamega Homeboyz side that inflicted their only loss last season.
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 lastly won in 2016.
In the meantime, former Kenya Rugby Union Director Asiko Owiro on Tuesday officially launched his bid to join the race to succeed incumbent Chairman Richard Omwela.
Owiro will battle it out with former Union Vice Chairman Sasha Mutai and current Secretary General Odour Gangla in the union elections that will be held at the end of next month.
KRU incumbent Chairman Richard Omwela who is serving his second term declared that he will not seek re-election when the elections will be held in March.