Kenya Harlequins Head Coach Charles Cardovillis has made one change to his squad that will tackle neighbors Impala Saracens in a Ngong Road Derby set for Impala Club on Saturday 25 January.
Kenyan International Willy Ambaka has been called to the line for the first time this season. His entry has seen him start at the right wing while Iddi Kakai moves to the left wing. Aluda Beda has been left out of the squad.
Alex Olaba and David Ambunya in the midfield, Dominic Osino and Eden Agero at halfback and Lyle Asiligwa have all maintained their spots.
The loose forwards include Herman Humwa, Patrice Agunda and skipper Peter Misango. In the tight five, the coach has entrusted Brian Obwaya, Frank Kalwale, Paul Kioko, Hillary Baraza, and Tony Mutai once again.
Options on the bench include Uganda trio Scott Oluoch, Aaron Ofoywroth, Jaspher Ochen and Melvin Thairu among Others.
Kenya Harlequins will be in the search of the third straight win in 2019, in the opening matches of year they beat Nakuru and Mean Machine to move third on the Kenya Cup log.
Kenya Harlequins 1. Brian Obwaya, 2. Frank Kalwale, 3. Paul Kioko, 4. Hilary Baraza, 5. Tony Mutai, 6. Patrice Agunda, 7. Herman Humwa, 8. Peter Misango – C, 9. Dominic Osino, 10. Eden Agero, 11. Iddi Kakai, 12. Alex Olaba, 13. David Ambunya – VC, 14. William Ambaka, 15. Lyle Asiligwa
Replacements 16. Edward Oseko, 17. Elisha Koronya, 18. Melvin Thairu, 19. Roxy Dan Suchi, 20. George Scott , 21. Aaron Ofoywroth, 22. Jaspher Ochen, 23. Matt Wanjia
Quins II 1. John Okwara (C) 2. Bonface Ochieng 3. Ayub Kimutai 4. Mike Onsando 5. Wayne Mung’ei 6. Levi Masika 7. Edward Shitanda 8. Brighton Mwalawa 9. Godfrey Okoth – VC 10. Alex Mutune 11. Collins Ekesa 12. Ian O’Neil 13. James McGreevy 14. Brian Onyiego 15. Mike Ochieng
Replacements 16. Brian Waraba 17. Roy Wasike 18. Mike Mugo 19. Jarvis Bandi 20. Kevin Angote 21. Nicholas Ndegwa 22. Michael Habashi 23. Amon Mayenze