Kenya Cup standings after round nine matches

Mean machine p[layers sing the anthem. Photo Courtesy/Mean Machine.
Mean machine p[layers sing the anthem. Photo Courtesy/Mean Machine.

Ahead of the penultimate round of the 2022/23 Kenya Cup regular season, KCB Rugby and defending Champions Kabras RFC have maintained their perfect run.

KCB have amassed 45 points following nine wins and nine bonus points and continue to stay top of the log with two matches remaining.

Kabras, Menengai Oilers unmoved

Kenya Cup holders Kabras RFC have maintained the second spot on the standings thanks nine wins and eight bonus points. They enjoy a greater point differential following good offensive and defensive run this season.

Both KCB and Kabras are assured of a place in the semis and will stay in the top two, regardless of how the final two matches will pan out

Menengai Oilers retain the third spot and after suffering back to back defeats they remain on 31 points. They are now just three points above Kenya Harlequin.

Quins are enjoying a six-match winning run and puts them fourth on the log with with 28 points and have proper chances of returning to the semis.

Blak Blad stay on 23 points and have still a chance of making it to the semis if Quins falter in the final games.

Nakuru RFC have climbed to sixth after maximum points in Kakamega against MMUST and have a total of 18 points.

Homeboyz and Mwamba are tied on 15 points after picking losing bonus points against Varsity sides Catholic Monks and Mean Machine.

Varsity sides are in the bottom four with Catholic Monks and Mean Machine tied on 14, Strathmore Leos on 13 and MMUST stay bottom with eight points.

2022/23 Kenya Cup standings

Kenya Cup standings. Photo Courtesy/Scrummage

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