Kenya Harlequin pick fourth win, Nakuru get second win as Monks sink MMUST

Kenya Harlequin photo Courtesy/Denis Acre-half
Kenya Harlequin photo Courtesy/Denis Acre-half

Kenya Harlequin picked their fourth consecutive win of the season with Paul Murunga’s charges outwitting his former side Homeboyz to win 28-11 at RFUEA Grounds.

Quins got maximum points and have boosted their semi-final changes.  Homeboyz led via Amon Wamalwa’s penalty kick which was cancelled by a try scored by Brian Ratila for Quins to lead by two points.

Wamalwa drilled in another penalty before Hillary Baraza and Paul Mutsami scored for Quins to take a 15-6 lead to the break.

In the second half, Henry Ayah scored a drop goal before Brian Waraba landed a try that Ayah converted for a 25-6 lead.

Leonard Mugaisi scored the first try for Homeboyz before Ayah’s penalty made it a 28-11 win.

Nakuru RFC back to winning ways

At UoN Grounds, Nakuru RFC got the second win of the season as beat Mean Machine 33-8.

Early exchanges saw Fredrick Odongo cancel Machine’s penalty by scoring at the other end for a 3-3 tie. A try by Amos Obae saw the visitors move to eight points.

Brian Mutua got the second try that pushed his side into a 15-3 lead after a conversion by Odongo while the hosts got a try to move to eight points.

Nakuru landed another try for a 20-8 lead at halftime. In the second half, Javan Otieno scored and converted his try for a 27-8 lead.

Thomas Okeyo and Samuel Mwaura scored the final tries of the match  as Nakuru picked five points in the win.

In Karen, MMUST woes deepened as they lost 20-13 to Catholic Monks leaving themselves with a mountain to climb in matters safety.

The student have lost seven matches in a row and  have three points.

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