Nondies have established a seven-point lead at the top of the KRU Championship league standings after six rounds of competition.
The Rangers have a game in hand and secured their fifth win of the season against Eldoret, pushing them to 24 points, having also gained four bonus points thus far.
The team, which is a former Kenya Cup side, has been performing exceptionally well both on the defensive and offensive front, having scored the most points in the league and having conceded the least amount of points.
Kisumu RFC, another former Kenya Cup side, currently sit in second place in the KRU Championship league standings, with 17 points after six matches.
They have won four and lost two games this season and have also managed to earn one bonus point. Lawrence Buyachi’s team has a superior point differential compared to Kabarak University.
Kabarak also have 17 points and currently sit in third place in the KRU Championship league standings, after a shocking win against former Kenya Cup team, Impala Saracens, in Nakuru on Saturday.
Daystar Falcons, South Coast Pirates and Shamas Foundation are tied on 15 points each. Western Bulls, Impala Saracens and UoE Trojans are on 10 points.
Zetech Oaks have five points, Eldoret have two while USIU Martial have no points.