There are five fixtures on the cards as the Kenya Cup heads into match day four on Saturday 20 March 2021.
17 time champions Nondescripts make their first appearance of the season, taking on the Strathmore Leos in the day’s early kick off at the RFUEA Ground. The Leos currently sit 11th on the log, having lost their opening two fixtures to KCB (16-24) and Kabras Sugar (9-35).
This match paves the way for the clash at the same venue between Kenya Harlequin and Kabras Sugar at 3.00pm. Quins registered their first win of the campaign last week, defeating Resolution Impala Saracens 27-20 in the Ngong Road Derby. They had lost their opening clash 13-39 to the Menengai Oilers before going down 32-35 to KCB. Kabras started their campaign with a 56-0 win over Masinde Muliro before stopping Strathmore 35-9.
Both matches will be aired live on K24.
The KCB Sports Club in Ruaraka will be the venue of yet another double header. Defending champions KCB will play plucky Blak Blad in the early kick off before Mwamba take on Masinde Muliro.
KCB started their campaign with two narrow wins, 24-16 against the Strathmore Leos and 35-32 against Quins while Blak Blad picked up their first win of the campaign last week, edging out Mwamba 24-17. They had earlier lost 8-13 to Top Fry Nakuru before holding current leaders Menengai Oilers to a 12-12 draw.
Leaders Menengai Oilers will be at home to Resolution Impala Saracens in the day’s other fixture as Top Fry Nakuru rest.