KRU CHAMPIONSHIP

KRU championship standings after matchday three

Impala's Anderson Oduor in action. Photo Courtesy/Denis Acre-half.
Impala's Anderson Oduor in action. Photo Courtesy/Denis Acre-half.

Former Kenya Cup side Nondies have opened a five-point gap on top the KRU Championship standings after three rounds of the second tier.

The Rangers picked yet another bonus-point victory beating Kisumu RFC who were placed second on the log 29-10 to stretch the lead.

Daystar Falcons second straight win of the season has propelled them to position three on the standings with 10 points.

Kabarak who picked a point in their first loss of the season have moved to nine points and they stay third on the log while Western Bulls close the top four with eight points.

Kisumu RFC have dropped from second down to fifth on the standings with eight points and close the top five.

Impala’s first win of the season has seen them climb to sixth on the log with six points while Shamas Foundation’s first win this season leaves them at position eight with five points.

South Coast Pirates who didn’t play over the weekend also five points in this campaign.

Eldoret and Zetech Universty are tied on four points and USIU Martial are yet to win this season.

Photo Courtesy/Kenya Cup

 

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