ESS Standings: Slim advantage for KCB as Oilers close in on Kabras

KCB Rugby II have maintained the top spot in the Eric Shirley Shield league while Kabras RFC II and Menengai Oilers are level on points in the second and third spots.

KCB Cubs are still leading the ESS standings having won all their eight played matches with bonuses to gather 40 points and a 487 point difference in a display of dominance.

Kabras Rugby II are second in the log with 39 points and a 313 point difference after an intense 17-14 win against Kenya Harlequin.

They are on level points with Menengai Oilers who are third with a 165 point difference after winning all their eight played matches.

Kenya Harlequin are fourth on the log with 25 points and a 140 point difference above Kenyatta University Blak Blad 11 who are ranked fifth with 24 points and a -4 point difference after winning five matches out of eight played.

Nondescript II having played seven matches in the league and won four are ranked sixth with 18 points and a -70 point difference above Mwamba RFC II who are ranked seventh with a -134 point difference and 7 points after winning two matches out of their eight encounters.

Nakuru RFC II are eighth on the log having won two out of their eight played matches with a -124 point difference and five points above CUEA Monks II who have had seven matches and have had only a single win.

Homeboyz Rugby II are tenth in the log after a double win in their eight played games and are ranked with a -125 point difference and 4 points above Strathmore Leos II who are eleven after losing all their seven played games with a -169 point difference and four points.

Kisumu RFC II have been tabled last in the log with a -281 point difference and -4 points despite having narrowly won a single game in their eight played matches.

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