Kabras Sugar RFC shall be out to extend their dominance in the 2018/19 Kenya Cup season when it hosts Homeboyz RFC at the ASK Kakamega Showgrounds.
The Last season’s finalists are currently top of the standings on 44 points after nine rounds of matches, four ahead of champions KCB, who will be playing host to Impala Saracens at Ruaraka.
It is the fixture that witnessed Kabras Sugar taste their only defeat in the League last season, en route to the finals where they lost to champions KCB.
And having won all their games this season, Kabras Sugar will be focused on avenging the 12-30 loss in the hands of Homeboyz RFC, when the two clash tomorrow. Kabras tops the table on 44 points while Homeboyz are sixth with 26 points.
Defending champions, KCB, four points behind Kabras, will host Impala Saracens at the Lions’ Den.
Five wins and four losses have left Impala 7th on 25 points. In an earlier match at the same venue, fifth place Mwamba will take to the field against Mean Machine.
Machine is ranked last on the log on five points, while Mwamba is fifth on 27 points. Charles Cardovillis’ Kenya Harlequin will be out to redeem themselves after a 21-3 dabbling in the hands of Kabras, when they take on Blackblad.
The two sides are separated by 20 points as hosts Blackblad tenth with eleven points while Quins are third with 31 points. 4th placed Nondescript RFC, fresh off a 33-32 win away to Top Fry Nakuru, will be keen to extend their impressive season when they take on Strathmore Leos. Finally, Top Fry Nakuru welcomes the Menengai Oilers to the Nakuru Athletics Club for the Nakuru Derby. T
he two sides are ranked eighth and ninth respectively, separated by just four points. Nakuru have 18 points while Oilers have gathered a total of 14 points so far in the league.
Elsewhere, Kabras and KCB’s second string sides will be in action against Homeboyz B and Impala B in the Eric Shirley Shield, with both sides yet to lose a match this season.