Homeboyz The Biggest Losers After Match Day 13

Strathmore and Homeboyz in previous action on Wednesday 17 February 2016/Photo/Voice Strathmore

Menengai Cream Homeboyz may have picked up a bonus point in falling to that solitary point defeat at the hands of Pan Africa Strathmore Leos on Saturday 27 February 2016, but as the tabulations after match day thirteen indicate that they were indeed the weekend’s biggest losers, tumbling from fourth to eighth place as a result of the 25-26 home defeat to the Leos who rose into the top four at their expense.

Yeah, yeah,yeah…the Kenya Sharks fell 15-110 to Top Fry Nakuru, but they were propping the league standings heading into match day 13, and the result in Bungoma only consolidated their brief as the league’s cellar dwellers.

It was indeed a peculiar match day whose highlight was the inability of all the host teams to win their fixtures.

There were no changes in the top three, the leading trio of Resolution Impala Saracens,KCB and Kenya Harlequin all staying put on the log.

The Sarries handed Blak Blad an 81-0 whitewash to stay top while defending champions KCB were too strong for Western Bulls, posting a 36-8 win in Kakamega to stay second. Kenya Harlequin posted a 45-12 result over Mean Machine to stay third.

.Top Fry Nakuru’s 110-15 bombardment of the Kenya Sharks in Bungoma lifted them into fifth while Mwamba went sixth with a 31-8 result away to Thika.

Kabras Sugar finally moved up the table standings, the 47-8 win away to Nondescripts lifting them up to seventh.

Collated Match Day 13 Results
Blak Blad 0 Resolution Impala Saracens 81
Menengai Cream Homeboyz 25 Pan Africa Strathmore Leos 26
Kenya Sharks 15 Top Fry Nakuru 110
Western Bulls 8 KCB 36
Nondescripts 8 Kabras Sugar 47
Thika 8 Mwamba 31
Mean Machine 12 Kenya Harlequin 45

View the latest league standings HERE



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