After the rescheduled fixture played on Saturday in Kakamega, changes have been witnessed on the Kenya Cup standings.
The defending champions Kabras RFC have moved up to second place in the standings with 34 points after a dominant 57-0 victory over Homeboyz in a rescheduled fixture played at Kakamega Showground.
The team has earned six bonus points and has impressed both defensively and offensively, having scored the most points with 295 and having conceded the least with only 28 points.
KCB Rugby remain at the top of the standings with 35 points after a streak of seven consecutive wins in the current campaign.
Menengai Oilers have dropped to third place with 30 points following one defeat in their opening seven matches.
Kenya Harlequin maintain its position in fourth place with 19 points, just one point above Blak Blad who received five points as a result of a walkover in their match against Strathmore Leos, boosting their chances of reaching the semi-finals for the first time.
The remaining spots on the standings remain unchanged, with the next round of the Kenya Cup scheduled for next weekend.