Kabras RFC, the defending champions, have taken over the top spot in the Kenya Cup standings after a 29-23 victory over KCB Rugby club on Saturday.
Despite missing out on a bonus point, the Kakamega based team now has 48 points and remain as the best defensive team in the league, having only conceded 61 points and six tries this season. Their attack is the second-best, having scored 411 points.
KCB Rugby drop second
KCB Rugby has dropped to second place with 46 points, after earning a losing bonus point. They have had an impressive offensive season, scoring 434 points.
Menengai Oilers have collected 36 points this season after securing their seventh win of the season against Catholic Monks, while Kenya Harlequin’s seventh consecutive win has taken them to 32 points and they are eager to climb to third.
Blak Blad also returned to winning ways with a victory over MMUST to climb to 27 points, while Nakuru RFC is on 23 points thanks to their fourth win of the season.
Strathmore Leos have climbed out of the danger zone and have 18 points. Meanwhile, Homeboyz and Mwamba, who have not won in their last five outings, remain on 15 points and are at risk of relegation.
The varsity sides Catholic Monks and Mean Machine are on 14 points, while MMUST are at the bottom of the table with just nine points.