Mean Machine’s unbeaten start to the season came to an end on match day nine after going down to USIU in an all university affair.
Moi Arsonists 10-17 Western Bulls
Echulusi ran in three tries and a single conversion against the hosts penalty try and a conversion to earn a hard fought win away from home, enhancing their chances of making an immediate return to the top tier.
Ngong Warriors 29-10 JKUAT Cougars
Championship newbies Ngong Warriors are proving to be no pushovers in the second tier especially when playing at their Kibiko Secondary home turf.
Match day nine saw the side blow aside JKUAT Cougars with a bonus point win thanks to touch downs by Brian Adira,Maina Fred and Brian Wanyankwa.
Egerton Wasps 8-19 Menengai Oilers
Menengai Oilers returned to the helm of the log as their closest competitors Mean Machine lost.
In Njoro,the likes of Derrick Keyoga and Rodgers Audi all bagged tries for the Nakuru based side.
Kisumu RFC 10-14 UoE Trojans
Tries by Yegon Edison and Evans Wanjala were enough for university side UoE Trojans to stun Kisumu RFC at their Mamboleo Showground home.
USIU 19-12 Mean Machine
USIU Martials achieved what many sides had failed in 7 attempts-a win over Eschuma.
Skipper Junior Onyango and his deputy Aggrey Oguna as well as Tobias Otieno all helped themselves to 5 pointers with former Kabras Sugar man Eliud Mulakoli booting the extras.
Catholic Monks 21-10 South Coast Pirates
Catholic Monks extended their fine run of form with a clinical 21-10 win over Ukunda based side South Coast Pirates.
The winners scored their tries through Tedd Owino,Maxwell Omondi and Louis Ramone.