Kenya Cup Match-day 13 saw all the scheduled matches go on as planned and Kabras have kept their spot at the top standings following a 69-0 win Blak Blad.
The Sugarmen are on 59 points after 12 wins and one draw. Points scored against Blad have seen them stay top of the scoring charts with 550 points which means they still have a superior goal difference than KCB who are placed second.
The third spot is occupied by Kenya Harlequins who drew 22-22 to Oilers at RFUEA Grounds. They have 44 points, three more than what fourth-placed Nondies have collected in the last 13 matches.
Mwamba rose back to fourth after their 46-19 victory over Homeboyz RFC. Kulabu have 38 points from the last 13 matches played this season. Nakuru have a chance to return to the playoffs, having earned a hard-fought win over Impala. Their win propelled them to sixth with 37 points and pushed Impala out of the top six.
Homeboyz have 27 points after they lost to Mwamba while Oilers have 22 points. Blak Blad remain on 16 points after losing to Kabras in Kakamega. Strathmore Leos have closed in on Blad after the second win of the season. They have 14 points while Machine remains bottom with seven points.