Saracens host Harlequin in derby action in Kenya Cup
It is Quins who come into this fixture having won their last two league encounters
Resolution Impala Saracens host Kenya Harlequin in yet another instalment of the Ngong Road derby in the Kenya Cup rugby clash in Nairobi on Sunday.
The Saracens come into the derby clash placed fourth on the log with 20 points after four wins and two losses. Harlequin, in contrast, have one win and five losses in their six outings to date, an outcome that sees them placed ninth on the log with seven points.
Despite their current run of form, it is Quins who come into this fixture having won their last two league encounters, a streak that Saracens will be out to stop.
These two sides last met in Kenya Cup action during the Top Six playoffs on April 27, ‘Quins just shading Impala 29-24.
Over in Kakamega, the Ingo Derby returns for the first time since the 2016/17 season when current leaders Kabras Sugar take on town rivals Western Bulls at the Moi Showground.
Both sides warmed up for this encounter in style, Kabras ending an 11-match winless streak against KCB with an authoritative 19-6 defeat of the current champions, while eighth-placed Bulls ensured that they remained unbeaten in the Kenya Cup, posting a 23-5 result in what was only the second-ever top tier clash between the two sides.
In other fixtures, defending champions KCB will look to bounce back from last weekend’s 19-6 defeat to Kabras Sugar when they face fifth-placed Stanbic Mwamba at the Nairobi Railway Club.
Elsewhere, third-placed Homeboyz are on the road, playing against the bottom of the table Kisumu at the Kisumu Polytechnic.
Blak Blad, 10th on the log, will be at home to Menengai Oilers at the Kenyatta University as 11th-placed Nondescripts take on Top Fry Nakuru at the Jamhuri Park.
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