Hosts Impala Saracens are through to the semi finals after edging out Ngong Road rivals Kenya Harlequins 20-15 on Saturday.
With the win,the Sarries have booked a date with Strathmore in next weekend’s semi finals.
The loss saw Quins fail to make it to the semi finals for a second successive year having fallen to Homeboyz in the same stage in 2017.
Quins drew first blood as Hilary Baraza went over for a try which was converted by Lyle Asiligwa before Quinto Ongo converted Ian Mabwa’s try to draw the sides level.
Peter Misango powered his way over the chalk for an unconverted try to restore Quins’ advantage before Asiligwa’s penalty sent Quins 15-7 up at the break.
A mix of the old, the very old and the new! Get it lads!
— Kenya Harlequin (@KenyaHarlequins) October 12, 2018
Impala cut the deficit after break with a converted try.
Quins were then reduced to 14 men after Dennis Muhanji was shown a redcard for a dangerous tackle.
Samuel Oliech’s penalty from 50 metres out handed Impala a 17-15 advantage.
Quinto Ongo sealed the win for Impala with a penalty.
Impala squad: 1. Wekesa Soita, 2 Joshua Matasi, 3 Antony Orege, 4 Erick Kerre, 5 Shem Joseph, 6 Tyson Okoth 7 Elvis Oroko, 8 Joel Omer (C), 9 Ian Mabwa, 10 Samuel Oliech, 11 David Moenga, 12 Paul Mutsami, 13 Antony Nyandigisi, 14 Quinto Ongo, 15 Richard Sidindi
Reserves: 16 Edgar Obino, 17 Kevin Ronnoh, 18 Harritone Munai, 19 Steve Shammah, 20 Samson Onsomu, 21 Billy Omondi, 22 Mark Kwemoi, 23 Joshua Momanyi
Homeboyz 37-30 Nakuru 2:30pm,Impala
Nondies 23-25 Strathmore 4:10pm,Impala
KCB 25-10 Mwamba 5:50pm, Impala
Impala v Kenya Harlequins, 7:30pm