Impala Saracens and Menengai Oilers will set the 31st edition of Kabeberi 7s rolling on Saturday 27 July, 2019 with the first match at Kinoru Stadium starting 8.40am.
In last years Kabeberi 7s, Menengai Oilers took the challenge trophy beating Kisii 15-0 while Impala Saracens were 17-14 winners over MMUST to finish 13th.
The starting game will then pave way for another pool A game when 2018 Bronze winners KCB face home team Meru RFC starting 9am.
Defending Champions Homeboyz will step to the pitch at 9.40am to kickstart their title defense against invited Stanbic Pirates from Uganda. Both are the overall circuit champions in their countries.
Tournament host Stanbic Mwamba will be up against Kenya Harlequin from 10.40am in a Pool C affair.
Thereafter Strathmore Leos vs Kabras Sugar from 11am will bring in Pool D to the picture.
Last year's beaten finalists Nakuru RFC will complete the first round of games with a clash against Northern Suburbs, the team promoted to top tier leg by virtue of winning Kakamaga 7s Div II title last weekend
2019 Kabeberi 7s Pools
Pool A: KCB, Impala Saracens, Menengai Oilers, Meru RFC
Pool B: Homeboyz, Masinde Muliro Uni, Mean Machine, Pirates (UG)
Pool C: Mwamba, Nondies, Egerton Wasps, Kenya Harlequins
Pool D: Nakuru RFC, Strathmore Leos, Kabras Sugar, Northern Suburbs
Order of Play - Div 1 - Saturday 27 May 2019
Impala vs Menengai Oilers
KCB vs Meru RFC
Masinde Muliro Uni. vs Mean Machine
Homeboyz vs Stanbic Pirates
Nondies vs Egerton Wasps
Stanbic Mwamba vs Kenya Harlequin
Strathmore Leos vs Kabras Sugar
Nakuru RFC vs Northern Suburbs
Impala vs Meru RFC
KCB vs Menengai Oilers
Masinde Muliro Uni. vs Stanbi Pirates
Nondies vs Kenya Harlequin
Stanbic Mwamba vs Egerton Wasps
Strathmore Leos vs Nothern Suburbs
Nakuru RFC vs Kabras Sugar
Menengai Oilers vs Meru RFC
KCB vs Impala
Mean Machine vs Stanbic Pirates
Homeboyz vs Masinde Muliro Uni.
Stanbic Mwamba vs Nondies
Kabras Sugar vs Northern Suburbs
Nakuru RFC vs Stratmore Leos