Defending champions Kabras Sugar take on KCB in the final of the Enterprise Cup at the RFUEA Ground on Saturday.
In the early kick-off Homeboyz will be taking on Impala Saracens at the same venue.
Kabras come into this clash off a 34-17 quarterfinal victory against record champions Nondescripts before knocking out 2018 champions Homeboyz with a 37-11 semifinal result.
KCB, who won the last of their five titles in 2017 posted an 87-12 quarterfinal victory over Blak Blad before sneaking past Impala Saracens 20-18 in a nail biting semifinal last weekend.
Both sides head into this clash devoid of their key players who are part of the Simbas squad that left the country on Thursday to play in the Currie Cup competition in South Africa, but that will have little effect on the fixture.
This is owing to the depth and talent across the two sides. Kabras will look to their South African fly half Ntabeni Dukisa, the hard running Alfred Orege and Eugene Sifuna while KCB will look to Michael Wanjala, Martin Owilah and Felix Ojoo to turn the game on its tide.