2022/23 Kenya Cup standings after round eight matches

MMUST in a past action. Photo Courtesy/
MMUST in a past action. Photo Courtesy/

Eight rounds into the 2022/23 Kenya Cup season, KCB Rugby and Kabras RFC remain undefeated and are at the top of the league.

KCB secured their eighth win and eighth bonus point by beating Catholic Monks 59-16, securing their place in the semifinals with three games to go.

kabras RFC stay second

Kabras RFC are second on the league table with 39 points and following their eighth win, staying a point behind the leaders.

Despite a loss to Strathmore Leos, Menengai Oilers remain third with 31 points having picked a losing bonus point.

Kenya Harlequin’s fifth consecutive win moved them to 23 points and boosted their chances of reaching the semifinals for the first time since 2018/2019.

Blak Blad, with five wins, are also on 23 points and chasing their first semi-final slot.

Strathmore Leos are now sixth with 15 points, followed by Homeboyz and Mwamba with 14 points, and Nakuru RFC with 13 points.

Catholic Monks have 10 points, Mean Machine have eight points and MMUST Rugby have seven points after securing their first win, but stay at the bottom of the league.

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