• Navigators, who are fourth on the log with four points from three games, face two of the most decorated women's teams in the country.
• Men's champions NCPB, who have won all of their seven matches so far, have a date with Boomerang.
Net Navigators will be up to the task when the Kenya Handball Federation (KHF) league returns this weekend, coach Randy Ochieng has said.
Ochieng remains confident the team will reap maximum points from their upcoming three matches after a month's break occasioned by the general elections.
"We have three very tough games but we are up to the task. We had trained to play Rangers but it was canceled at the last minute. They have now been replaced by Water, which is too soon, but we are good to go," said Ochieng.
Navigators, who are fourth on the log with four points from three games, face two of the most decorated women's teams in the country.
On Saturday, they will be up against unbeaten champions Nairobi Water Queens as well as bottom side New Hope.
On Sunday, Navigators will return to the courts for another tough against second-placed National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB).
In the men's category, Inspired have their hands full as they play four matches in two days.
The school boys play Nairobi City County (NCC), Buccaneers and Boomerang on Saturday and wind up the weekend against third-placed Black Mamba on Sunday.
Men's champions NCPB, who have won all of their seven matches so far, have a date with Boomerang. Ulinzi Sharks should continue their unbeaten run as they play Amazons, who have two wins to place sixth on the log.