Kenya Harlequins have unveiled their new kits which will be used as the Kenya Cup campaign kicks off in 2021.
The unveiling comes three weeks after the club signed a three-year partnership deal with samurai sports making them their official match-day, training, & leisurewear kit maker.
The playing unit will have four kits with the first and second kit having a quartered tops and black shorts. The third kit is black in colour while the fourth kit has white as the dominant colour.
“Kenya Harlequin and official kit supplier Samurai sports have revealed a fresh new look for the upcoming season. Wide range of merchandise for supporters will be unveiled soon,” reads part of the statement by Quins.
Quins join Mwamba, Nakuru and Oilers on the list of Kenya Cup clubs that don the Samurai kit.
As part of the deal, Samurai has advertising rights at the 6000 capacity- RFUEA grounds which is home to Kenya Harlequins and hosts Kenya Simbas International matches as well the Safari 7s Tournament.
Quins will be hoping to rise from the 2021 struggles which saw the finish ninth with 27 points which was a drop from the 2018/19 season.
They have already settled on Belgian Antoine Plasman as Head Coach ahead of the 2020/21 campaign.