After five rounds of the 2022/23 Kenya Cup campaign, KCB Rugby are still top of the log following a 100% win record in this campaign.
Curtis Olago charges defeated Blak Blad 24-3 at KCB Sports club and picked their fifth bonus point of the season and have now moved to 25 points.
Menengai Oilers stayed second after emerging top in the Nakuru Derby against Nakuru RFC. A 25-18 in saw Gibson Weru charges moved to 24 points having picked four bonus points this season.
Despite not being in action over the weekend, Kabras RFC are third with 19 points, points they had accumulated before the break.
Mwamba will also remain fourth thanks to their 27-20 win at Strathmore Leos which put them in the semi-finals zone.
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Kenya Harlequin are the biggest climbers rising from 10th to fifth on the log. Their second win of the season put them on 10 points and are now nine points below the third spot.
Blak Blad and Homeboyz have nine points each while Nakuru RFC and Mean Machine are level on seven points same to Strathmore Leos and Catholic Monks who have six points each.
MMUST have two points and are bottom of the log after five rounds