In reading from the previous round’s script, Kenya Cup match day 14 saw no changes in the top three but a tinkering in positions four to eight.
Resolution Impala Saracens pulled off a 31-14 win over Kabras Sugar to remain top, while Kabras dropped from seventh to eighth.
Champions KCB stayed second with a 31-15 result over the Pan Africa Strathmore Leos who dropped to sixth while third placed Kenya Harlequin stepped up the pressure on the bankers with a 103-0 win away to the Kenya Sharks.
Menengai Cream Homeboyz bounced back to winning ways, stopping Western Bulls 24-3 in Kakamega, a result that saw them make the biggest strides on the log, climbing from eighth to fifth.
Top Fry Nakuru’s recent run of good form continued when they made light work of Mwamba, stopping Kulabu 34-6 in Nakuru.
Kenyatta University’s Blak Blad probably claimed the biggest scalp on match day 14, stunning 17 time Kenya Cup champions Nondescripts 17-5 go to tenth on the log.
Thika and Mean Machine played out a 3-3 draw in Thika.
Saturday 5 March 2016
Pan Africa Strathmore Leos 15 KCB 31
Resolution Impala Saracens 31 Kabras Sugar 14
Blak Blad 17 Nondescripts 5
Top Fry Nakuru 34 Mwamba 6
Kenya Sharks 0 Kenya Harlequin 103
Thika 3 Mean Machine 3
Bulls 3 Homeboyz 24