KRU Championship 2022/23 final standings

Scrum contest between South Coast Pirates vs Shamas Foundation. Photo Courtesy/Pirates.

Nondies clinched the top spot in KRU Championship with an impressive 49 points from ten wins and nine bonus points.

Despite suffering a 7-0 loss to Impala, they finished the season five points clear at the top of the table.

Daystar Falcons, who were promoted from the third tier, enjoyed a remarkable season as they finished second with 44 points from nine wins in eleven matches.

Kisumu RFC settled for third place with 41 points, having secured nine wins and five bonus points throughout the regular season. Meanwhile, South Coast Pirates registered a drop from their top spot finish in the previous season.

Impala Saracens were haunted by head to head record yet again, despite beating Nondies to pick up four bonus points and being awarded points from their opener against Zetech Oaks. The Gazelles tied on points with Pirates, but the coastal side progressed to the semis due to their victory over Impala.

Kabarak University finished with 26 points, while UoE Trojans secured 22 points.

USIU and Shamas Foundation tied on 18 points, and Western Bulls finished with 16 points.

Zetech Oaks and Eldoret RFC were relegated after finishing at the bottom of the table.

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