Strathmore Leos are top of the National 7s Circuit standings ahead of the Driftwood 7s scheduled for 18 and 19 June 2022.
Louis Kisia charges have 41 points after picking 19 in the opening tournament-kabeberi 7s and 22 in the Christie 7s where they were crowned Champions. They are tied on 41 points with KCB Rugby but students have a superior point differential.
KCB picked 19 points last weekend while they had collected 22 points after winning Kabeberi 7s.
Menengai Oilers are third with 34 points having finished third in the opening two tournaments, earning 17 points in each tournament.
Homeboyz are third with 30 points while Mwamba RFC who have finished fifth in the opening two events have 26 points after collecting 13 points in each event.
Kenya Harlequin and Western Bulls are tied on 20 points each but separated by point difference. Daystar are eighth with 17 points while Kabras RFC and Nakuru RFC are ninth and 10th with 15 points each.
MMUST Rugby Club have 13 points, Impala Saracens are on 12 points. Blak Blad, Nondies close the top 14.
The National 7s Circuit will take a two-week break to pave way for the Kenya Simbas Currie Cup match matches scheduled for RFUEA Grounds.