Eric Shirley Shield holders KCB II have maintained their slot on top of the log after 12 matches of the league.
The Bankers have won 11 of their 12 matches this season and have drawn once. With 10 bonus points, the side has a total of 56 points, their attack has been lethal scoring 524 points (the highest in the league) and have conceded 100.
Kabras are second on the log with 52 points. The Sugarmen have lost and drawn one game while they have 10 wins. They have scored 442 points and have conceded 83 points (the least).
Menengai Oilers have also picked 10 wins but have lost twice this season to sit third with 50 points. They are still in contention for the direct semi-final slot.
Homeboyz have 40 points on the standings having won eight matches, drawn one and lost three. The Deejayz are three points above former Champions Impala and its Mwamba who close the top six with 33.
Nakuru are just a point below the playoffs zone having won more games than Mwamba but have struggled to get bonus points.
Kenya Harlequins have moved to 18 points from 17 while Blak Blad are on 16 points, four above Nondies. Just like in Kenya Cup, its Western Bulls and Kisumu who sit in the final two slots.