After 16 weekends of pulsating Kenya Cup matches, this is how the log looks like at the end of the regular season.
Kabras Sugar have finished the regular season on top, in turn, assuring themselves the hosting rights of the Kenya Cup finals for yet another year in Kakamega if they reach the final. The Sugarmen have amassed a maximum of 74 points. They’ve collected bonus-point victories on 14 occasions, missing it only two times. The games that they failed to get the bonus points include the 19-6 over KCB which was rained on and 15-3 over Blad which ended prematurely.
Last season they also managed 74 points and the tally remains the best-ever finish in the top tier since promotion. In the first season, they bagged 46 points and finished fourth. The second season saw them finish third with 69 points. During the third and fourth season, Kabras bagged 56 and 43 points respectively.
They become the first side to top the standings twice in a row since 2014 and the first side to top the log with more than 70 points since Impala (with 80) in 2015/16 season. The Kakamega based side scored 677 points while they conceded 132.
KCB are second with 71 points having scored 573 points and conceded 213. The Bankers end the season at position two for the second season in a row. Last season they got 72 points while in 2017/18 season they topped the log with 51 points.
Curtis Olago charges bagged 66 points and finished second in 2016/17. The side managed 67 points at position five in 2015/16 and in 2014/15 they finished second with 59 points.
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Homeboyz are back in the playoffs and they end the season with 66 points. This will be their fourth appearance in the playoffs since 2014. Impala Saracens are fourth with 48 points followed by Mwamba at position five with 43 points.
Oilers occupy the last playoff spot with 41 points thanks to a 39-13 thrashing of Harlequins on the final matchday. Their neighbours, Nakuru lie at position seven with 38 points.
Blak blad are placed eighth with 28 points followed by Kenya Harlequins with 27 points. Misfiring Nondies lie just above the relegation zone with 26 points.
Relegated Western Bulls and Kisumu occupy position 11 and 12 respectively with 11 and 2 points.