Western Bulls and Kenya Harlequin face off this afternoon in a Kenya Cup match day four fixture at the Kakamega High School.
Bulls Head Coach Brian Makalama has made four changes to the side that started their last match against Homeboyz, Miller Oroto replacing Davis Chenge in the back row, Solomon Obiero starting ahead of Brian Watson at fly half with Isaac Wafula and Rogers Gworo introduced to the backline in place of the injured Cyrus Kuya and Reinhard Ashioya who is relegated to the bench.
Makalama has also included prop Hillary Mwanjilwa and the experienced former KCB and Nondies scrum half Collins Kimani who are both set to make their first league appearance off the bench.
Kenya Harlequin have made seven changes to the side that lost 22-33 to Impala two weeks ago. Five of these changes are in the forwards where Frank Kalwale, Stephan Ottou, Michael Simiyu , Kevin Angote and David Ahawo start in place of Edward Oseko, Ernest Ngong, Tony Mutai, Petro Misango and Brian Okwomi. Oseko, Mutai and Misango are unavailable while Ngong and Misango start from the bench.
The other two changes are in the backs where Johnstone Mung’au and Brian Maina come in for Patrice Agunda and Dennis Muhanji who are away with the Kenya Sevens team in Dubai.
15. Duncan Abuyeka, 14. Rogers Gworo, 13. Isaac Wafula, 12. Eliab Barasa, 11. Emmanuel Owade, 10. Solomon Obiero, 9. Erastus Wanyama, 8. Elkiens Musonye, 7. Miller Oroto, 6. Brian Bango, 5. William Ong’are, 4. Mike Ligono, 3. Polycarp Omari, 2. Kevin Wanjala, 1. Peter Aluku
16. Hilary Mwanjilwa, 17.Kevin Juma, 18. Henry Omindo, 19. Vernance Shikuba, 20. Collins Kimani, 21. Reinhard Ashioya, 22. Alvin Odwaka
15. Eric Shikuku, 14. William Mawira, 13. Brian Maina, 12. Johnstone Mung’au, 11. Paul Abuto, 10 .Kevin Keegan, 9. Lyle Asiligwa, 8. David Ahawo, 7. Kevin Angote, 6. Brian Wandera, 5. Michael Simiyu, 4. Herman Humwa, 3. Stephan Ottou, 2. Frank Kalwale, 1. John Kiilu
16. Dennis Omusula, 17. Ernest Ngong, 18. Bernard Nyambok, 19. Petro Misango, 20 .Godfrey Okoth, 21. Alvin Luvanda, 22. Arthur Ochieng’