Kenya Harlequin stayed second on the log with a 53-8 win away to Blak Blad on Saturday 23 January 2016.

Pius Shiundu opened the scores with an unconverted try for Quins but Trevor Omondi levelled soon after with an unconverted effort for Blad. Further tries from Hosea Odhiambo and David Mogere as well as a Lyle Asiligwa conversion saw Quins take a 22-5 lead into the breather.

Quins would be awarded a penalty while Godfrey Okoth, Frank Khalwale, Kelvin Njugi and Tony Mutai would each land a try with Asiligwa managing three conversions before former Nakuru winger Allan Odiyo landed a penalty for Blak Blad.



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