Kenya Harlequins have Kenya Sevens halfback Eden Agero back to the fold from his short off-season to join Brian Beckham, Frank Wanyama, Herman Humwa, Patrice Agunda, Alex Olaba and Cyprian Kuto.
Kenya Under 20 international Jeff Wendo Mutuku is up for his Quins debut as team manager Jimmy Mnene describes him as an "exciting player with lots of potential." The South Africa based star began playing rugby in 2012 at 12 years old when he attended Kingswood College in SA which led to selections in the Kenya U19 and U20.
Kabeberi 7s Division II winners Makueni RFC return to a venue they won the a title in 2017 and despite falling on the same pool with Nondies, Quins and Mwamba, they will surely not be a walkover side.
Kennedy Munyao leads the squad with stars like Jeff Wangila, Keith Ochieng, Emmanuel Kilonzo, Eliud Salamba, Charkes Marcel and Alvin Luvai making the squad.
Billy Odhiambo is key returnee for two time cup finalists Mwamba RFC. He joins fellow Kenya Sevens international Collins Injera in the Kevin Wambua coached side that will be captained by Eliakim Kichoi.
1. Fidel Oloo 2. Benjamin Marshall 3. Marvin Sumba (c) 4 Amaitsa Brian 5. Okoma Eric 6 Saidi Sumba 7. Jeremy Matata 8. Martun Juma 9. Lugano Perer 10. Oscar Dennis 11. Mark Ongayo 12. Begi Moses 13. Okito Daniel
1. Kennedy Munyao (C) 2. Keith Ochieng 3. Jeff Wangila 4. Duncan Munyao 5. Emmanuel Kilonzo (VC) 6. Eliud Salamba 7. John Kibii 8. Alvin Luvai 9. Sammy Oliech 10. Anthony Mbithi 11. Balla Onyango 12. Charles Marcel 13. Jackson Matunga (s&c) 14. Frank Karia (tm) 15. Alexis mwau (Physio )
1. Patrice Agunda - C 2. Herman Humwa 3. Edward Shitanda 4. Kevin Angote 5. Brian Beckham 6. Max Theuri - VC 7. Joseph Aredo 8. Eden Agero 9. Frank Wanyama 10. Cyprian Kuto 11. Jeff Wendo* 12. Alex Olaba 13. Lyle Asiligwa * Quins Debut
1.Eliakim Kichoi 2. Stephen Sikuta 3. Alex Aturo 4.George Omolla 5. Felix Otieno 6. Ronnie Omondi 7. Matt Wanjia 8. Daniel Taabu 9. Gregory Ochieng 10. Joel Inzuga 11. Brian Kivasia 12. Collins Injera 13. Billy Odhiambo.