Week 12 Kenya Cup And Championship Round Up

Kabras and KCB sit at the top of the Kenya Cup log with 59 points each after the thirteen weeks. Kabras are ranked first with a superior point difference while KCB is second. The third placed Kenya Harlequins is 15 points behind the two with 44 points, three above Nondies and six above Stanbic Mwamba. Top Fry Nakuru completes the top six on the log with 37 points.

Kabras beat Blakblad 69-0 at the Kakamega Showgrounds being the only Kenya Cup side to complete the double over their opponent on the week two return leg match. In Nairobi, Top Fry Nakuru edged the Resolution Impala Saracens out beating them 20-15 at the Impala Grounds, Stanbic Mwamba had earlier handed Menengai Cream Homeboyz RFC 46-19 loss in their match that kicked off at 2:00pm.

Strathmore Leos secured their second win of the season  at the Jamhuri Grounds beating Mean Machine 10-7 in the bottom of the table dog fight. Machine’s single win of the season came from their win over Strathmore during their week two fixture. KCB stamped their authority over the Tatu City Nondies at the den with a confident 50-5 win over the red lions. It was Nondies tha ended the Bankers unbeaten run when they first met in November. At the RFUEA Grounds, the Menengai Oilers vs Kenya Harlequins match ended in a 22 draw.

Resolution Impala Saracens 15 – Top Fry Nakuru 20
Stanbic Mwamba 46 – Menengai Cream Homeboyz 19
Kenya Harlequins 22 – Menengai Oilers 22
Kabras Sugar 69 – Blakblad 0
KCB 50 – Tatu City Nondies 5
Strathmore 10 – Mean Machine 7

ESS 

Stanbic Mwamba 7 – Menengai Cream Homeboyz 30
Resolution Impala Saracens 43 – Top Fry Nakuru 7
KCB 33 – Tatu City Nondies 20
Kenya Harlequins 32 – Menengai Oilers 0
Strathmore 30 – Mean Machine 15
Kabras Sugar 100 – Blakblad 6

Championship

The Catholic Monks were the only side to complete their double over the opponents after they narrowly beat the Regional Logistics Mombasa RFC 16-15 a win that sees them open a two-point lead in the table. Second placed Western Bulls lost 8-11 to Kisii RFC at the Gusii Stadium while MMUST beat Kisumu RFC 41-20 in Kakamega.

Other results in this league saw University of Eldoret secure a 13-3 win over Kitale as Egerton Wasps beat Ngong Warriors 31-5. The South Coast Pirates vs USIU clash was postponed to a later date.

MMUST 41 – Kisumu 20
Regional Logistics Mombasa 15 – Catholic Monks 16
Egerton Wasps 31 – Ngong Warriors 5
Kisii 11 – Western Bulls 8
UoE 13 – Kitale 3
SC Pirates vs USIU – Postponed

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