Menengai Oilers captain Chrispine Shitundo is the leading Kenya Cup try scorer ahead of the resumption scheduled 8 January 2022.
Kenya 7s and Kenya Simbas ace Vincent Onyala has four tries, having scored all the tries in their 62-5 against Nakuru RFC.
Archadius Khwesa who bagged a hattrick in the win over Homeboyz has also four tries to his name.
Other players in the top 10 include Kenya Under 20 and Nondies back Kennedy Wanyoike, Oilers Tyson Juma Maina, Kabras RFC trio Hillary Mwanjilwa, Teddy Akala and Derrick Ashiundu, Kenya Harlequins winger Mark Wandeto and Strathmore Festus Safari who have all scored three tries each.
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Last season’s Top Points scorer Ntabeni Dukisa of Kabras RFC has scored 35 while Impala Saracens’ back Quinto Ongo sits second with 29 points, Shitundo, Mwamba Rugby Club’s Charles Kuka and Brunson Madigu and Okwemba are in the top five.