KCB II began their Mwamba cup title chase on a high, seeing off a determined Administration Police 49-5 in an early kick off at the Ruaraka grounds.
The bankers opened the scoring accounts from the tee, Joshua Mwangi slotting in the three pointer from just outside the 22.
Marlin Mukolwe hit next for the green army, dummying before going over under the posts to take the scores to 10-0 early on.
Mwamba flanker turned center Luke Obonyo showed massive power and Pace to fend of four AP players to score in the corner.
Joshua Mwangi added to his tally with a five-pointerrfue, Smith Muhoya missing the conversion to leave matters at 20-0 heading into the breather.
Substitute Stephen Osumba split the posts from a further three early in the second half before taking a good line to score his first try of the afternoon.
Eugine Sirima inflicted more damage with a clinical finish on the outside, Osumba missing the extra twos to leave the scores at 42-0.
AP had a late consolation try from former Western Bulls man Carlos Rock Mukabwa, the forces showing great skills on the counter. Smith Muhoya then hit the final nail on the head with a try at the death to make the final scores 49-5.
At RFUEA Grounds Shamas eliminated Kenya Harlequins II following a 18-13 defeat.
MWAMBA CUP : 1. Godfrey Otieno 2. Jerry Olola 3. Julius Karanja 4. Shaddon Munoko 5. Brian Munyali 6. Edwin Otieno 7. Brezz Owiti 8. Jack Adero 9. Marlin Mukolwe 10. Smith Muhoya 11. Arthur Owira 12. Lukes Obonyo 13. Eugene Sirima 14. Cabrine Muhanga 15. Joshua Mwangi
Replacements: 16. Francis Kariuki 17. Joel Maingi 18. Tom Oyugah 19. Paul Ombwayo 20. Yassin Yusuf 21. William Khumo 22. Bill Clinton Humwa 23. Stephen Osumba