The Enterprise Cup knockout tournament will kick off on Saturday 8 February 2020 with round of 16 matches line-up across the country.
Holders Kabras will start off their title defence at home with a clash against fellow Kenya Cup side Menengai Oilers. The clash will be staged at the Bull Ring.
Last season’s finalists Impala have a date against former Kenya Cup side Mean Machine at Impala Club as they target the third straight final appearance in the three years.
2017 winners KCB and last year’s semi-finalists KCB will tackle Strathmore Leos in a match slated for KCB Sports Club. 2018 winners Homeboyz will be out to revenge last season’s early elimination by Kenya Harlequins who went to reach the finals. The match will be at RFUEA Grounds.
MMUST are scheduled to travel to the City to play Nondies at Jamhuri as Mwamba host Kisumu. The final clash will see Blak Blad tackle Western Bulls at Kenyatta University Grounds. Nakuru have gone through to the next round after their opponents pulled out.
Kabras beat Impala 37-7 in the finals staged at RFUEA Grounds in 2019. This saw them take the crown from Homeboyz who won the 2018 edition beating Impala 21-3 at the same venue.
The tournament first played in 1930 is the country’s oldest rugby tournament. Nondies are the most successful club in this competition as they boast of an unprecedented 25 titles.
Enterprise Cup round of 16 fixtures and Venues
Kick-off at 3PM
Kabras vs Menengai Oilers- Bull Ring
Mwamba vs Kisumu – Railways Club
Kenya Harlequins vs Homeboyz- RFUEA Grounds
Nondies vs MMUST- Jamhuri Grounds
Impala vs Machine- Impala Club
KCB vs Strathmore Leos -KCB Sports Club
Blak Blad vs Western Bulls – Kenyatta University
Round of eight