Kenya Cup 2021 edition is slowly gaining momentum with the competitions’ favorites Kabras Sugar and holders KCB scrambling for top spot in match day two.
Kabras Sugar cemented their pole position in the league by recording another impressive 9-35 victory against Strathmore Leos in their second outing of the competition at Impala Grounds yesterday.
Jeansean Misoga, Eugene Sifuna and George Nyambua were magnificent in the second half to help Kabras into their second win in a row.
In another encounter, champions KCB had to dig deep to edge out Kenya Harlequin 32-35 at the Nairobi’s RFUEA Grounds.
Cabrini Muhanga went over for KCB with a clinical try to put KCB 25-35 up, but Quins answered back through Kenyan international Joshua Chisanga to wrap it up 32-35. The scores took the bankers on level with Kabras on 10 points apiece.
In the drop zone, Strathmore Leos and debutants Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST), are risking a chop to the lower division with zero points.
Day Two Results
- Blak Blad v Menengai Oilers: 12-12
- Kenya Harlequin v KCB: 32-35
- Strathmore Leos v Kabras Sugar: 9-35
- Top Fry Nakuru v MMUST: 23-10
Kenya Cup Standings
1.Kabras Sugar – 10 points
2. KCB -10 points
3. Top Fry Nakuru – 8 points
4. Menengai Oilers – 7 points
5. Blak Blad – 3 points
6. Kenya Harlequin – 2 points
7. Mwamba – 0 points
8. Impala – 0 points
9. Nondies – 0 points
10. Strathmore Leos – 0 points
11. MMUST – 0 points