2022/23 Kenya Cup standings after regular season

Kabras players in a past clash. Photo Courtesy/ Kabras media
Kabras players in a past clash. Photo Courtesy/ Kabras media

Kabras RFC have made a club history by finishing on top of the Kenya Cup standings for a record five consecutive times in their nine seasons of playing in the league.

They achieved this feat by going unbeaten in the regular season, with 11 wins and eight bonus points, and conceding only 77 points, the best defensive record in the last five seasons.

KCB Rugby, who finished in the second spot for the fifth consecutive season, fell just short of the top spot with 51 points, one point behind Kabras.

Menengai Oilers claimed the third spot for the third consecutive season, edging out Kenya Harlequin on head-to-head and point differential after both teams tied on 37 points.

Kenya Harlequin returned to the semifinals after a three-season absence, while Nakuru RFC achieved their best finish since the 2018/2019 season, ending in fifth place with 28 points.

Blad Blad finished sixth pending the decision of their match against Strathmore Leos, which is yet to be played.

Strathmore Leos missed the semifinals after back-to-back appearances and finished in seventh place with 20 points.

Mwamba ended their losing streak to finish in eighth place with 19 points, but they experienced a drop from last season.

Homeboyz finished ninth with 15 points, just one above the relegation zone.

Catholic Monks escaped relegation despite finishing level with Mean Machine on 14 points. However, Mean Machine was relegated due to their inferior point differential after having drawn in regular season.

MMUST finished at the bottom of the standings with 10 points.


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