Kenya Cup matchday two saw five sides maintain their winning run in the 2022/23 season.
After bagging maximum points on the road, Menengai Oilers retained their top spot bagging five more points. Gibson Weru charges have a point differential of 80 points which puts them above their closest challengers.
KCB Rugby’s second clean sheet in the competition puts them second on the log with 10 points and have a point differential of 79. The side is yet to concede this season.
Defending Champions Kabras RFC are also on 10 points after wins over varsity sides Catholic Monks and Mean Machine. The have a point differential of 68 having conceded 13 points.
Blak Blad picked another win at home have nine points same Homeboyz who collected their maiden bonus-point win this season against Strathmore Leos.
Mwamba’s first win of the season has seen them move to five points. Last weekend weekend they grabbed a losing bonus point while this weekend they got four points at the Nakuru Athletic Club.
Nakuru RFC and MMUST have a point each. Catholic Monks, Kenya Harlequin and Mean Machine are yet to grab points this season.
The Kenya Cup campaign will continue next weekend.