2022/23 Kenya Cup log after week six matches

KCB vs Mwamba in a Kenya Cup encounter. Photo Courtesy/Denis Acre-half
KCB vs Mwamba in a Kenya Cup encounter. Photo Courtesy/Denis Acre-half

After Kenya Cup week six there are minimal changes in the top three with the league’s big wigs retaining their slots.

KCB Rugby secured a dominant 80-10 victory over Mwamba Rugby Club in a match held at Makadara Grounds. This win keeps the bankers at the top of the standings with a perfect record and six bonus points.

Menengai Oilers, despite losing to Blak Blad, managed to earn a point, keeping them in second place with 25 points from five wins in six matches.

Kabras RFC remain in third place with 24 points, having a game in hand. They have won five matches picking four bonus points.

The competition for fourth place is tight, with Homeboyz, Kenya Harlequin, and Mwamba tied on 14 points.

Homeboyz’s 35-7 win over Mean Machine propelled them to fourth place, overtaking Quins and Mwamba thanks to a superio point differential.

Blak Blad also have a chance at fourth place with 13 points following their victory over the Oilers. Strathmore Leos have moved up to eighth place with 11 points, keeping their hopes of a top four finish alive.

Editor’s pick:

Nakuru RFC and Mean Machine are both on seven points, while Catholic Monks have six points.

MMUST Rugby remain at the bottom with two points

Photo Courtesy/Scrummage

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