Premier class driver Eric Bengi driving a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X will be off first as the battle for the KCB Kenya National Rally Championship title returns to Kajiado County Sunday.
More than 25 drivers will line up for the rally which starts in Kajiado and ends at Lisa Ranch in Konza.
By zooming off first, Bengi is expected to sweep the obstacles off the road in Kajiado.
He will be followed by defending champion Carl “Flash” Tundo, then Baldev Chager and reigning African Champion Manvir Baryan who recently won the season-opening ARC Rallye Bandama of Ivory Coast.
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Manvir is making a comeback after skipping the KCB Nakuru Rally. Tejveer Rai, co-driven by Zahir Shah in a Mitsubishi Lancer lines up fifth.
Meanwhile, the 2019 CAVB high performance coaching seminar was officially opened on Saturday in Nairobi.
70 coaches are attending the seminar which will focus on interpersonal skills, advanced volleyball techniques in Service, blocking, defence system and which ends on the 5th of this month.
FIVB Instructor Mauro Berruto says the seminar aims to develop and improve the performance of coaches to the latest techniques globally.
KCB Bank Kenya announced their sponsorship 2 Million shillings towards the staging of the 5th edition of Confederation of African Volleyball coaches’ seminar.
Finally, four crucial handball league matches will be played Sunday at the Kaloleni grounds in Nairobi.
Leaders Nairobi Water will face former champions Cereals in the biggest ladies match of the day while the stage for the men’s match of the day will pit giants Cereals and Black Mamba.
The other matches will see Nanyuki men face Kenyatta University before Ulinzi square it out against Strathmore.
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