The Kenya Cup season will resume this weekend after a two week break that allowed clubs break for the Christmas period.
KCB went the break atop the log, having won all their opening matches with maximum points. The bankers have done well defensively this season, allowing in only 20 points in the first four games.
Oilers on level points with Kabras
Menengai Oilers are second with 19 points after another strong start that saw them win all four of their games, but they missed a bonus point in their win over MMUST.
Defending Champions Kabras, who have finished first in the standings at the end of every regular season since 2019, are also on 19 points but have a lower point differential, having scored 129 and conceded 25.
Mwamba Rugby are in the top four after picking up a point in their loss to Catholic Monks, while Blak Blad and Homeboyz are tied for fifth and sixth place with nine points each.
Catholic Monks rise
Catholic Monks are the biggest climbers moving up to seventh after their first win of the season and they are on level points with Nakuru RFC who have collected one win this season.
Strathmore Leos and Kenya Harlequin have five points each and Mean Machine with two points and MMUST with a point complete the 12 team table.