2022/23 Kenya Cup standings after round one

Menengai Oilers celebrate after winning Prinsloo 7s. They will be keen to win Kakamega 7s to get the first 7s title.
Menengai Oilers celebrate after winning Prinsloo 7s.

The 2022/23 Kenya Cup campaign saw five home teams pick wins while Mwamba RFC who hosted Homeboyz at RFUEA Ground lost.

Menengai Oilers registered the biggest win of the weekend as they put up 72-6 points past Mean Machine. They have a greater point differential which puts hem on top the standings having amassed five points.

KCB second

Second on the log is former Kenya Cup champions KCB rugby who hit Kenya Harlequin 38-0 in their opener. Curtis Olago charges were the only side to keep a clean sheet on the first weekend of the season.

Defending Champions Kabras RFC got a 40-13 win over Catholic Monks and this sees them sit third on the log with five points.

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The fourth slot is held by Blak Blad who defeated Nakuru RFC 34-8. Homeboyz close the top five with four points after failure to pick a bonus point in their win against Mwamba RFC.

Strathmore Leos narrow 23-21 MMUST win over put them at position six with four points.  MMUST and Mwamba RFC got losing bonuses from their defeats and are placed seventh and eighth respectively.

Nakuru RFC, Catholic Monks, Kenya Harlequin and Mean Machine are in the bottom four.

2022/22 kenya Cup standings. Photo Courtesy/KRU.

2022/22 kenya Cup standings. Photo Courtesy/KRU.

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