Quins look for opening day Blad

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Lunch Bar Quins will look to get their Kenya Cup campaign to a flying start  by drawing first blood when they welcome Kenyatta University’s Blak Blad to the RFUEA Grounds on Saturday 8 November.

This fixture is the top bill on a double header that sees Homeboyz play Machine in the day’s early kick off.

Back to matters concerning this fixture, both sides have had a pretty decent pre-season build up, both registering different results albeit in different results of the Impala Floodlit tournament. Quins reached the club final, falling to a 30-3 defeat to KCB while Blak Blad won the universities final with a 20-12 win over USIU.

Quins will draw inspiration from their captain Patrice Agunda playing in midfield alongside Dennis Muhanji.  Kevin Keegan starts at full back with Isaac Adimo slotting in at fly half.  Youngster Brian Wandera starts at blindside flank, featuring in a back row that has former Mean Machine player David Ahawo at eighth man and Petro Misango at openside flank.

Blak Blad come into this game minus star player Rocky Aguko who has since decamped to Resolution Impala Saracens and have their work cut out against their hosts but they will come into this match ready to face Quins.

This match kicks off at 4.00pm

Line Ups

Lunch Bar Quins

15. Kevin Keegan, 14. William Mawira, 13. Dennis Muhanji, 12. Patrice Agunda (Captain), 11. Paul Abuto, 10. Isaac Adimo, 9. Godfrey Okoth. 8. David Ahawo, 7. Petro Misango, 6. Brian Wandera, 5. Michael Simiyu, 4. Herman Humwa, 3. Paul Kioko, 2. Dennis Omusula, 1. Ernest Ngong

Replacements

16. Frank Kalwale, 17. Stephan Ottou, 18. Kevin Okeyo, 19. Amos Ngatia, 20. Bernard Nyambok, 21. Brian Maina, 22. Erick Shikuku

Blak Blad

15. Levy Amunga, 14. Joe Nyawanda, 13. Lennox Odwar, 12. Ronald Nyang’ang’a, 11. Daniel Ocholla, 10. Felix Juma, 9. Bernard Rotich, 8. Wesley Kidiga, 7. Steven Odhiambo, 6. Amisi Museve, 5. Morgan Andayi, 4. Israel Frederick, 3. Laban Njaramba, 2. Martin Ngahu, 1. Benson Waithaka

Replacements

16. Stephen Otieno, 17. Delvin Otieno, 18. Justus Ochieng, 19. Raymond Lilako ,20. Daniel Mmbasu, 21. Cornelius Mutinda, 22. Klein Ongaki

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