The Charity Cup encounter pitting Kabras and Kenya Harlequins which will be played behind closed doors at Nyayo Stadium due to COVID-19 restrictions is set to be aired live.
According to Kenya Rugby Union, the match will be streamed by their official broadcaster K24, on their platform.
“MATCH BROADCAST | The #SisimkaCharityCup match featuring Kabras and Kenya Harlequins will be aired live by our broadcast partner K24Tv via the Link:”
This is set to be the first live match of the season which comes three months after Kenya Rugby Union and Mediamax announced a five-year partnership.
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- Kabras launch new kit for 2021 Kenya Cup season
- KRU announce new Kenya U20 head Coach
- Northern Suburbs 7s,15s captains exit for Nondies & KCB
- MMUST promoted to Kenya Cup after beating Mean Machine
They replaced Bamba Sports who aired the Kenya Cup and National 7s Circuit for just a season having signed a five year deal worth 35 Million and growing at 10% per annum.
The match will kick off at 3:30 PM and will be preceeded by Womens 10s matches with the first match set to be between Twiga RPS and Hidden Talent at 12:30 PM. The second match will see Mwamba tackle Impala ladies at 12:55 pm.
Twiga RPS and Hidden Talent will be back to action at 1:30 pm followed by the final match between Mwamba and Impala at 1:55 pm.
The matches will serve as the curtain-raiser for the Kabras-Quins match that shall kick off at 3:30 pm at the Nyayo National Stadium.
SISIMKA CHARITY CUP WOMEN’S 10-ASIDE FIXTURES
12:30 pm – Twiga RPS vs Hidden Talent
12:55 pm – Mwamba vs Impala
1:30 pm – Hidden Talent vs Twiga RPS
1:55 pm – Impala vs Mwamba
Sisimka Charity Cup men’s
Match: Kabras vs Kenya Harlequin
Kick-off: 3:30 PM
Venue: Nyayo Stadium