After 11 rounds of the Kenya Cup season, Kabras have held on to the top spot and will spend another week at position one on the standings.
The Sugarmen have hit the 50-point mark following their 34-3 win over Kenya Harlequins which earned them five points to keep them on top for the 11th straight week in the 2019/20 season. Henly Du Plessis coached side has collected nine bonus points this season.
Scoring and defending has been their prowess which leaves them as the best offensive and defensive side in the top tier having scored 458 and conceded 71.
The Sugarmen are under pressure from KCB who are second on the log with 49 points. KCB have also nine bonus points from the 11 matches after also having won 10 of their 11 matches in the season. The Defending Champions have scored 424 points and have conceded 149. The two sides are chasing for a direct semi-final slot for the second season in a row.
44 points from 11 matches leave Homeboyz third on the log which is five points behind KCB while Impala Saracens are fourth with 35 points after seven wins in 11 matches. Oilers and Nakuru close the top six with 30 and 29 points.
Mwamba have dropped four points below the playoffs slots while Nondies have 21 points, four above ninth-placed Kenya Harlequins. Blak Blad and Western Bulls are tied at 13 points but are separated by a point difference.
Kisumu RFC are 12 points below the safety zone and have conceded 535 points.