The 2022/23 Kenya Cup season is currently in its seventh round, with KCB Rugby leading the standings with 35 points.
The bankers have been impressive this season with seven wins and seven bonus points, making them the team to beat in the competition. They have also been dominant on the offensive end, scoring 290 points, which is the most among all teams in the league, and have conceded 51 points.
Menengai Oilers are in second place with 30 points, following six wins and one defeat. The team has been consistent throughout the season, and they will be looking to keep up the pace to challenge KCB Rugby for the top spot.
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Defending champions Kabras RFC are in third place with 29 points, after winning their opening six matches and picking up five bonus points. The team has been solid this season, and they will be looking to defend their title.
Kenya Harlequin are back to fourth on the log following the fourth consecutive win this season. Paul Murunga’s charges have 19 points and will be keen to retain the position to return to the semi-finals. They have been on a roll lately, and they will be looking to continue their winning streak to move up the standings.
The teams that follow in the standings are Homeboyz and Mwamba, who are tied on 14 points.
Blak Blad are also unmoved with 13 points and are placed seventh on the log.
Nakuru RFC have 12 points following their second win of the season, which came against Mean Machine.
Strathmore Leos are ninth with 11 points after losing to KCB. Catholic Monks have climbed out of the relegation zone following their second win of the season, which came against MMUST Rugby, putting them on 10 points.
Mean Machine have dropped to 11th and have seven points, and MMUST remain bottom of the log with three points.