Previous action between Quins and KCB/Photo/Courtesy
Previous action between Quins and KCB/Photo/Courtesy

Kenya Harlequin host KCB in the sole fixture at the RFUEA Grounds on Saturday 31 January.

Quins, who currently lie eighth on the log must beat the bankers to keep their slim playoff chances alive. They come into this tie off two successive defeats to Homeboyz and Pan Africa Strathmore Leos and will be without Patrice Agunda and Felix Ayange who are away on Kenya Sevens duty. Kenya international scrum half Lyle Asiligwa starts this
game at fullback.

The bankers sit second on the log,unbeaten in their nine encounters to date and will look to continue their recent dominance over their hosts with the playoffs looming large on the horizon. They come into this tie minus Andrew Amonde who is away with the Kenya Sevens team in Wellington. Former Quins winger Allan Omuka is handed a start for this encounter while Fabian Olando returns to the starting line up as Ken Moseti is benched.

This match kicks off at 4.00pm

Kenya Harlequin
15. Lyle Asiligwa, 14. Erick Shikuku, 13. William Mawira, 12. Brian Maina,11. Paul Abuto, 10. Kevin Keegan, 9. Godfrey Okoth, 8. David Ahawo, 7. Benard Nyambok,6. Brian Wandera, 5. Tony Mutai, 4. Herman Humwa, 3. Stephan Ottou, 2. Dennis Omusula, 1. John Kiilu

16. Frank Kalwale, 17. Paul Kioko, 18. Petro Misango, 19. Amos Ngatia, 20. Johnstone Mung’au, 21. A.N.Other, 22. Leroy Anyembe

15. Darwin Mukidza, 14. Allan Omuka, 13. Fabian Olando, 12. Brian Omondi, 11. Jacob Ojee, 10.Bonab Were, 9. Felix Wanjala, 8. Max Adaka, 7. Philip Wamae, 6. Elly Mukaizi, 5. Oliver Mang’eni, 4. John Ahenda, 3. Moses Amusala,2. Peter Karia, 1. Curtis Lilako

16. George Asin, 17. Oscar Simiyu, 18. Stafford Abeka, 19. Rocky Aguko, 20. Marlin Mukolwe, 21. Ken Moseti, 22.Collins Wanjala, 23. Essau Otieno

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