The 2019 Enterprise Cup is set to get underway on February 3 after round 8 of the 2018-19 Kenya Cup.
As announced by the Kenya Rugby Union(KRU) ,this year’s competition will be intertwined between the Kenya Cup fixtures.
This is unlike the past when it was played upon completion of the country’s elite 15s league.
“This year’s Enterprise Cup will be intertwined with the Kenya Cup.
After Week 8 of the Kenya Cup, the weekend that follows (2nd February) will be an Enterprise Cup weekend as per the 2019 fixtures schedule,” KRU said in a statement.
The draw for the tournament will be released this week, according to KRU.
After the first round, quarter finals will take place on March 9 with the semi finals happening on April 13, a week before the Nakuru 10s.
The final will be played on May 18.
Homeboyz are the Enterprise Cup holders having beaten Impala Saracens in the 2018 final.
The tournament, first played in 1930 is the country’s oldest rugby tournament.
Nondescripts are the most successful club in this competition as they boast of an unprecedented 25 titles.