The 2017/18 Kenya Cup season took a festive break after match day four that saw six matches take place across different venues.
Strathmore 28-17 Mwamba
Hosting Kulabu away from their Madaraka home was always going to be a daunting task but despite that,the students held their own to cause one of the major upsets of match day four in the clash staged at Lenana School grounds.
It was Strathmore’s first win of the campaign having lost to KCB and Kabras Sugar.
The loss to Strathmore means that Mwamba ends 2017 without registering a single win.
Sportpesa Quins 48-20 Blak Blad
Eight tries including a brace from backrower Peter Misango were enough for Sportpesa Quins to bag yet another winning bonus point against university side Blak Blad at the RFUEA grounds.
The students will be seeking to bounce back when they face a wounded Nakuru side after the break.
Mombasa 3-77 Kabras
Kabras RFC recorded the biggest win of the weekend after demolishing hosts Mombasa RFC at the Mombasa Sports Club.
Kenya Simbas international George Nyambua and his Uganda counterpart Asuman Mugerwa both crossed the chalk twice so did Hillary Odhiambo and Coleman Were.
Nakuru 12-27 KCB
The Defending champions grabbed their second win at the Suguta Valley in four seasons courtesy of a brace of tries by Nick Ongeri with Jacob Ojee and Rock Aguko also barging over.
The bonus point win in Nakuru ensured that the side remains on top of the standings heading to the Christmas break.
Impala 17-12 Nondies
Scintillating winger Timothy Makiya bagged his second brace of the season to steer the Sarries past a resolute Nondies side who managed to get onto the scoresheet courtesy of a touch down by Kenya Simbas flyhalf Biko Adema as well as a penalty try.
Kisii 21-27 Homeboyz
Kenya Cup newbies Kisii RFC finally collected their first point of the season despite narrowly going down to Homeboyz RFC at their Gusii backyard.
The Deejays will have William Diffu,Israel Soi and Leonard Mugaisi to thank for their bonus point win.