National 15s head coach Jerome Paarwater has made 11 changes from the side that won 29-22 against
Loose forward Andrew Amonde will captain the squad that seeks her first ever win over the hosts that will put their
However, Team Manager Wangila Simiyu tipped the clash will not be an easy affair since
"We cannot allow for complacency and overconfidence to creep in because we are well aware of the task at hand and must ensure that we finish the job," Simiyu stated.
"Morale in the camp is high, all the players are in good shape and are raring to go. We brought a very capable squad and will put our best foot forward when we step out to play this match against the hosts," he concluded.
The South African has opted to start with the KCB trio of loose-head Curtis Lilako, hooker
Western Bulls Davis Chenge makes his debut, featuring in a back row that includes
Scrum half Lyle Asiligwa and fly half
Michael Agevi starts at full back with
The two sides have met three times with the Makis emerging victorious twice after a 22-16 score line during the 1987 All African Games in
Both sides clash in an all to play for fixture on match day two of the championships where
For the hosts they are too aware of the significance of this tie, since they need to bounce back from Saturday's 57-22 loss to the Sables to keep their hopes alive.
This match will kick-off at
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