There was no change in the Kenya Cup top three after match day four’s fixtures with the leading trio of Kabras Sugar, KCB and Homeboyz staying first, second and third in that order.
Kabras and defending champions KCB are tied on 20 points from four successive bonus point victories through Kabras maintain pole position owing to a superior for/against d difference. Homeboyz sit third on the log, also boasting four wins on the trot but have 18 points after collecting two bonus points.
Resolution Impala Saracens are up on place to fourth on the log with 15 points while Stanbic Mwamba, despite the defeat to the Sarries, also rise up one place from sixth to fifth on 11 points.
Menengai Oilers were fourth heading into match day four but that heavy home defeat to KCB sees them drop two places to sixth, level on 11 points with Mwamba but with an inferior for/against difference.
Blak Blad’s first win of the season lifted them three places from tenth to seventh on 7 points, one point clear of eighth placed Nondescripts and ninth placed Top Fry Nakuru who are level on 6 points. Nakuru’s first win of the season saw them climb two places from eleventh.
Losses for Western Bulls and Kisumu saw them drop to tenth and eleventh respectively, Bulls on 5 points, one clear of Kisumu. Both sides have one win and three defeats but Bulls have an additional bonus point from the match day two 27-21 loss at home to Oilers.
Kenya Harlequin prop up the standings a month into the new campaign, four losses from four outings with two losing bonus points.