The Kenya Cup 2022/23 action is set to resume next weekend, 7 January 2023 after the Christmas break with six matches line-up.
Kenya Cup log leaders KCB Rugby will be at KCB Sport Club where they will entertain their Thika Road rivals Blak Blad in a 3:00 PM kick-off. Other matches scheduled for the City will see Catholic Monks host Kenya Harlequin at Catholic University Grounds.
Kisia vs Kulabu
Strathmore Leos will play Mwamba at Madaraka Grounds as Louis Kisia reunites with his former employers Kulabu. The final match scheduled for the City will see winless sides Mean Machine and MMUST face off at UoN Grounds as they seek to rise from the bottom of the log.
In Nakuru, fans will be treated to a Nakuru Derby pitting Menengai Oilers and Nakuru RFC. The match will see Gibson Weru face off with his former employers as he hopes to stay unbeaten.
Kenya Cup Defending Champions
In Kakamega, Kenya Cup defending Champions Kabras RFC have a date against Homeboyz in match slated for Kakamega Showground. The match is to kick off at 3:00 PM.
Action resumes after the break for the festive season with match day 5 action on Saturday 7 January 2023.#KenyaCup pic.twitter.com/gHUKB2BIL3
— Kenya Cup (@TheKenyaCup) January 1, 2023
Kenya Cup MATCH DAY 5
Saturday 7 January 2023
Catholic Monks v Kenya Harlequin- 4:00 PM CUEA
Mean Machine v MMUST – 4:00 PM UoN Grounds
Kabras RFC v Homeboyz- 3:00 PM Kakamega ASK Grounds
Menengai Oilers v Nakuru- 4:00 PM Nakuru ASK
KCB v Blak Blad- 3:00 pm KCB Sports Club
Strathmore Leos v Mwamba- 4:00 PM Madaraka