KENYA CUP

2022/23 Kenya Cup standings after matchday three

KCB'S LEVY AMUNGA KICKS FOR TOUCH IN A PAST ACTION. PHOTO COURTESY/DENIS ACRE-HALF
KCB'S LEVY AMUNGA KICKS FOR TOUCH IN A PAST ACTION. PHOTO COURTESY/DENIS ACRE-HALF

Kenya Cup week three results have seen changes happen on the 2022/23 standings with one round remaining before the league takes a break.

KCB Rugby have assumed the top spot, toppling Menengai Oilers who have held the spot for the last two weeks.  The bankers moved to the top after amassing five points in  their win over Homeboyz and moved to 15 points.

Having conceded just 10 points and scored 108 points puts the Ruaraka based side above Kabras RFC.

Kabras RFC are second on the log having also amassed 15 points. Just like KCB they have scored 108 points but have conceded 25 points.

Menengai Oilers have dropped third on the log after failing to pick a bonus point in their win over MMUST Rugby Club at home on Saturday. Gibson Weru charges have 14 points after three rounds of the Kenya Cup league phase.

Blak Blad stay fourth on the log despite suffering a loss to  Mwamba RFC. They are on level points (nine) with Mwamba Rugby Club and Homeboyz.

Nakuru RFC have leapfrogged Strathmore Leos, jumping to seventh after their first win of the season which came against the students.

Strathmore have dropped to eighth on the log with five points.  Catholic Monks and Mean Machine have two points each after drawing on Saturday.

The bottom slots are occupied by MMUST Rugby and Kenya Harlequin who have one point and zero respectively.

2022/23 Kenya Cup table:

Photo Courtesy/Kenya Cup

Photo Courtesy/Kenya Cup

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