Eric Shirley Shield holders KCB II will head into the break perched top of the log after maintaining their unbeaten run in the league.
The Bankers have 61 points thanks to 12 wins and one draw in 13 matches played this season. KCB have bagged 11 bonus points and they have scored 553 conceding 110.
Kabras are placed second with 57 points on the log following 11 wins in 13 matches played this season. Kabras have scored 473 points and have let in 83 points.
Menengai Oilers sit the third with 55 points from 13 matches having won 11 and lost twice. Former Champions Impala have collected 42 points having won eight matches.
Homeboyz and Nakuru close the top six with 41 and 36 points respectively. Mwamba are three points below the playoffs zone and they are the lone side still contention for a playoffs slot.
Kenya Harlequins are on 18 points while Nondies have 17 points. The bottom three has Blak Blad with 16 points, Western Bulls with negative three and Kisumu with negative four.
The team are expected to feature in the Mwamba Cup before coming back to action on Saturday 15 February for round 14 matches.