Kenya Cup log after 10 rounds of 2023/24 season

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

After 10 rounds of the Kenya Cup season, Kabras RFC have secured the top spot on the log, guaranteeing them a home final if they maintain their perfect record in the semis.

Following their victory against Blak Blak, Kabras RFC reached the 50-point mark, opening up a six-point lead over second-placed KCB, who currently sit on 44 points after a loss to Menengai Oilers.

Kenya Cup slip for KCB

With only one round left, KCB cannot surpass Kabras even with a win in their upcoming match with maximum points, meaning Kabras will host the final if they win their semi.

Menengai Oilers hold the third spot with 37 points, while Quins follow closely behind with 33 points, aiming to overtake Oilers if they stumble in the final round.

Nondies occupy fifth place with 27 points, while Mwamba climb to sixth with 24 points after a walkover win against Homeboyz.


Strathmore Leos move to seventh with 20 points, followed by Blak Blad and Nakuru RFC, both with 19 points, as Kisumu joins the relegation battle following the ruling that their match against Blak Blad will be replayed.

Catholic Monks have seven points after their loss to Strathmore Leos, while relegated Homeboyz have zero points after conceding a walkover.

Kenya Cup log

Kenya Cup standings. PHOTO/Kenya Cup

Kenya Cup standings. PHOTO/Kenya Cup

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