The KRU Championship league heads into round eleven on Saturday 23 with six matches set to be played in different parts of the country.
Leaders Catholic University make a trip to all the way to Gusii highlands to face Kisii RFC as they look to maintain their pole position. Kisii who lie eighth will be looking to improve on their last performance as they look to secure a play off position.
Second placed Western Bulls host USIU at the Bullring in what promises to be a mouth watering clash. USIU come off a draw against Kisii while Bulls will be buoyed by their win over Egerton at the nest despite not picking a bonus point.
Kisumu will be looking to turn their bad form around when they host Egerton. The lake based outfit will surely be looking at this encounter as one to change turn around their fortunes.
Ninth and tenth placed UOE and SC Pirates lock horns in Eldoret at the UOE Pavillion as both teams look to secure play off positions.
Kakamega based Masinde Muliro University will play hosts to Nairobi based Ngong RFC as Ngong look to close the four point gap between the two sides.
Bottom placed Kitale welcome a resurgent and firing Mombasa side that has drawn blood of many strong sides including Kisumu, Kisii and even most recently MMUST. Wins on the road have proved largely evasive for the coast based outfit and this is what they will be looking to change as they head to Kitale.
Kisii v Catholic-Kisii High
Western Bulls v USIU- Bullring
Kisumu v Egerton -Kisumu Polytechnic
UoE v SC Pirates- UoE Pavillion
MMUST v Ngong- MMUST Grounds
Kitale v Mombasa-Equip College