Four sides have proceeded to the Nationwide semi-finals slated for Saturday 13 September 2021.
The winners of the semis will head to the finals and will also book a date in the 2021/22 KRU Championship season where they are set to replace Kisii RFC and Mombasa RFC.
The first semi-final will see Shamas Foundation take on Daystar Falcons in what will be a repeat of the Nairobi Nationwide final. The final saw Shamas Foundation edge out Daystar Falcons 28-25 in February to maintain their unbeaten run in the 2019/20 campaign and won the Nairobi Title.
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Shamas beat Maseno University 22-0 to reach the semis while Daystar University’s match failed to kick off. Kenya Rugby Union has awarded them the match stating that the hosts did not provide a secure playing arena.
“Daystar Falcons benefited from a 28-0 walkover after their clash with hosts CITAM Kisumu failed to take place due to the hosts failure to provide a secure playing arena,” read a statement by KRU.
Rift Valley Champions Kitale RFC will go up against Kabarak University in the second semi-final as they hope to return to the second tier. Kabarak on the other hand will be hoping to avenge a 30-9 loss suffered in the Rift valley finals.
Kitale beat JKUAT Cougars as Kabarak saw off TUM Marines
Shamas Foundation v Daystar Falcons
Kitale v Kabarak University