Kenya Cup standings after round 3 matches

Past contest between Kabras RFC and Kenya Harlequin. Photo/Dave Mwaura

Four sides will head to the Christmas break unbeaten having picked maximum points in Kenya Cup’s opening four matches.

Kabras RFC with a superior point differential have maintained the top spot on the log after having bagged maximum points in each match and scored 40 points or more, crossing the 70th point mark twice.  Kabras RFC have beaten promoted side Kisumu RFC, Nondies and Catholic Monks in the opening three matches.

KCB second in Kenya Cup 

KCB Rugby who have also scored 40 points or more in each game of their opening three games have a point differential of 164. The bankers have also scored 70 plus points in two of their opening matches.

KCB vs Kabras in a scrum-contest. Photo Courtesy/ Adolwa Miliza.

KCB vs Kabras in a scrum-contest in Kenya Cup. Photo Courtesy/ Adolwa Miliza.

Kenya Harlequin who have also crossed the 40-point mark in their opening three matches have a point differential of 119.  Menengai Oilers have a point differential of 114 and close the top four positions.


Blak Blad have climbed to position five following their draw against Nakuru RFC. Nakuru have also picked eight points from the opening three matches after the draw.

Despite also having eight points Strathmore Leos have dropped to the seventh position while Nondies’ first win of the season puts them eighth on the log.

Kisumu RFC have a point, Mwamba, Homeboyz and Catholic Monks are yet to pick points.  Homeboyz and Monks are the leakiest defence following -146  and -178 points.

Kenya Cup log after third round. PHOTO/KRU

Kenya Cup log after third round. PHOTO/KRU

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