National 7s Circuit standings ahead of break

Kabras RFC in an attack. Photo Courtesy/ Adolwa Miliza for Kabras.

Kenya Cup Champions Kabras RFC are top on the National 7s Circuit after two rounds of the 2023 campaign.

Kabras have made two consecutive final appearances this season and claimed their first-ever Driftwood 7s title over the weekend after a 10-7 sudden death win over Menengai Oilers to end the competition with 22 points.

Having picked 19 in Kisumu following a second-place finish, Kabras head to the break with a total of 41 points.

KCB 2nd in National 7s Circuit

KCB who finished first in Kisumu and third in Mombasa have picked 39 points heading to the break that will pave the way for World U20 Trophy matches.

Strathmore Leos maintain third place after picking 17 points in Kisumu and 15 in Mombasa. Defending Champions Menengai Oilers have climbed to fourth with 31 points while Kenya Harlequin have dropped to fifth with 27 points on the log.

Mwamba are sixth with 26 points, Homeboyz and Nondies have 18 points on the log while Nakuru and Kisumu are also tied on 17 points and close the top 10.

The Circuit is set to return in August after the Worldu20 Trophy matches.

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