After eight rounds of the Eric Shirley campaign, it’s the defending Champions KCB II who are top of the log.
The Bankers are still unbeaten in the competition following seven wins and a draw in the opening matches for 36 points. They are the best offensive side with 307 scored points and have conceded 66.
Menengai Oilers maintain the second position on the log following another huge win over Kisumu last weekend which puts them on 34 points. They are followed by Kakamega based side Kabras who occupy the third slot after six wins a loss and a draw in their seven matches with 32 points.
Mwamba are fourth on the log with 26 points, one above former Champions Impala Saracens. Last year’s finalist Homeboyz close the top six slot with 24 points.
Nakauru have five wins in eight matches which earns them 22 points. It is 11 more than what Nondies and Kenya Harlequins have in the competition.
Blad Blad have six points on the log at position 10. Kisumu and Western Bulls are bottom after the rounds.