Kenya Simbas are set to miss the final two matches of the Currie Cup/ Mzansi Challenge due to financial constrains.
To reduce the costs, Kenya were expected to head back to South Africa to be hosted by Valke and SWD Eagles instead of hosting the two on Nairobi.
However by Thursday, the players who left the National Team camp last Sunday after their win over Zimbabwe Goshawks were yet to resume training.
The team was expected to jet out this Friday for South Africa but The Scrummage Africa has learn that the side will not be able to honour the match. Missing the final two matches means Kenya Simbas will have skipped a total of five matches in the competiton.
Despite playing less matches, Simbas are ranked seventh with 12 points. They had earlier beaten Border Bulldogs and Zimbabwe Goshawks and lost narrowly to Namibia.