A six-man team has been formed by Kenya Rugby Union to come up with the solution of the season following the coronavirus pandemic.
The six are Hillary Itela, Moses Ndale and Peris Mukoko Xavier Makuba Phillip Jalango and George Mbaye.
Today, the union chairman Oduor Gangla said the committee will forward its detailed report on how the game will resume.
“Their job primarily is to consult and come up with a workable formula on whether the season should resume or not. There are several factors they have to look at because we are living in unprecedented times,” he added. Gangla, however, said there is no time-line when the committee should hand over its report.
“I can’t give you a date when their report will be ready. We will have to wait for them to consult among themselves but as the board, we will be awaiting their report,” added Gangla.
Before the season postponement, the Kenya Cup and KRU Championship were set for playoffs on March 14 with the semi-finals following on March 21. The finals had been planned for April 4.
The Enterprise Cup semi-finals were due on March 28 with the final scheduled for April 18. Kabras Sugar were leading the regular Kenya Cup with 74 points followed by defending champions Kenya Commercial Bank on 71.