•However, the team's veteran tactician Jack Ochieng said he will use the personnel at his disposal as he goes all out to retain his trophy.
• NCPB's 27-24 defeat at the hands of Rangers ensured all four teams in the two-week tournament record a win and a loss each.
Five Nairobi Water Queens players are nursing injuries ahead of their crucial Super Cup game against the National Cereals and Produce Board at Nyayo Stadium on Sunday.
However, the team's veteran tactician Jack Ochieng said he will use the personnel at his disposal as he goes all out to retain his trophy.
The injured players are captain Gladys Chilo, Brenda Ariviza, Brenda Musambai, Melvin Akinyi and Eunice Oginga.
"I am wounded and I am going back to the drawing board using what I have," said Ochieng. He went on, "I am looking forward to winning my last match at all costs."
Water Queens started their cup campaign with a comfortable 45-30, drubbing of Rangers before falling 33-26 to Ulinzi Sharks. It was the first loss for Water Queens in any competition in 12 years.
NCPB's 27-24 defeat at the hands of Rangers ensured all four teams in the two-week tournament record a win and a loss each.
According to Kenya Handball Federation (KHF) fixtures coordinator George Asimeto, goal difference may be used to determine the winners. "Whoever wins must try to score more goals and concede less," he said.
Sharks Will step onto the court on Saturday against Bungoma-based Rangers. A winner will then wait the next day.
In the men's Pool A, champions NCPB are ahead after beating Black Mamba 31-24.
Mamba had tied 17-17 with General Service Unit (GSU). Kenyatta University are out of contention in Pool B after losing 31-17 and 33-17 to Ulinzi and Strathmore University respectively.
NCPB will play GSU while Ulinzi meet Strathmore University on Saturday morning in matches that will determine the semi-finalists.