Kabras sugar who are set to play against Resolution Impala on March 1stat the Impala Sports Club.
Kabras Sugar have announced the comeback of some of their key players who were out due to injuries.
Max Adaka a skipper at Kabras Sugar is back in action with full fitness ahead of their Kenya Cup to six play-off.
Adaka is fully fit after recovering from a niggling ankle injury and also played against Western Bulls in their last regular season game.
Others who are back in action on the Kabras side are John Kubu and Joseph Odera who are set to feature in the champions.
Kabras Sugar Deputy Coach Anthony Ogot has expressed his joy due the return of Max Adaka in his squad.
“We are happy that Adaka and the other two players are back to full strength, ready to take on the Sarries,” said Kabras Sugar deputy coach Anthony Ogot.
He added that they have to plan well so that they can handle Resolution Impala with the energy they deserve despite beating them in their two last meetings.
The game between Kabras and Impala will be a repeat of the last years Kenya Cup finals where Kabras sugar become the first team from Western side to win the title with margin of 22-5.
The duel is a repeat of last year’s Kenya Cup final where Kabras Sugar made history when they won 22-5, becoming the first side from Western Kenya to win the title.
Both sides have blown hot and cold this term compared to last season with Resolution Impala finishing fourth and Kabras Sugar fifth in the regular season.
Other rugby games schedule for the weekend are:
Top Six Playoffs – Saturday 1 April 2017
(3) SportPesa Quins v (6) Mwamba RFC – 4.00pm – RFUEA Ground
(4) Resolution Impala Saracens v (5) Kabras Sugar – 4.00pm – Impala Club