Kenya Cup matchday 10 saw four home teams pick maximum points while Kabras and Nondies managed to win on the road.
Kabras continued with their impressive run at Nakuru Athletic Club and a 38-0 win saw them stay top. The Kakamega based side have 45 points out of the possible 50 from the opening 10 games. Kabras have now 377 scored points and have conceded 56, this sees them remain top of the best offensive and defensive list.
KCB remain second on the list having picked a huge win over Blad Blad which saw them move to 44 points. An 81-10 win against Blad increases their total scored points to 326 and 130 conceded points.
The third spot is occupied by Homeboyz who stayed in contention for a direct semi-final lot after bagging maximum points against Impala. The Deejays have 39 points following the win while Impala who have points 30 points and have maintained position four.
Oilers have climbed to fifth on the log with 29 having beaten Mwamba. Nakuru stay in the top six despite their loss to Kabras. Mwamba are seventh while Nondies win in Kakamega Town against Western Bulls pushed them to 21 points.
Kenya Harlequins have 17 points thanks to third win of the season. They are now nine points above the danger zone and they have swapped positions with Western Bulls who drop to 10.
The bottom remains unchanged with Blad and Kisumu staying on eight and five points but have soaked in more points.