Kenya Harlequin are expected to skip the Enterprise Cup pre-quarterfinal match against Kabras RFC which was slated for Saturday 25 at Kakamega Showground.
Scrummage Africa understands that the Kenya Cup semi-finalist have opted out the match because of unavailability of key players due to commitments with Kenya Under 20 and Kenya Simbas as well as injuries.
Their failure to travel to Kakamega means Kabras will proceed to the last eight without kicking a ball.
Their second string side Kenya Harlequin II will however be in action for a match against Mean Machine II at RFUEA Grounds.
Other teams that are set to benefit from walkovers include 2022 finalists KCB rugby, record Enterprise winners Nondies.
Matches pitting Strathmore Leos and Chipu, Homeboyz and Menengai Oilers, Mwamba and Kisumu are also expected not to go as planned
Enterprise Cup Round of 16, Saturday 18 March 2023
Kabras Sugar vs Kenya Harlequins – W/O
Strathmore Leo vs Chipu – W/O
Homeboyz Rugby vs Menengai Oilers – W/O
Nondescript vs South Coast Pirates – W/O
KCB vs Western Bulls – W/O
Mwamba RFC vs Kisumu RFC – W/O
Matches set to go
Blak Blad vs Catholic Monks – 4 pm Kenyatta University Grounds
Impala Saracens vs Mean Machine – 4 pm Impala Sports Club Grounds