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Kabras Sugar maintain Kenya Cup lead

Unbeaten Kabras Sugar leads the Kenya Cup table ahead of their rivals and champions Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) heading into the 4th round this weekend.

The sugar millers have accumulated 15 points with three wins, beating the bankers on point difference.

Kabras were 27-3 winners over Resolution Impala Saracens while KCB beat Nakuru 50-13.

Homeboyz have quietly worked their way to third place after registering a third win on the trot, they have managed one bonus point win which takes their points tally to 13.

But two time champions Nakuru and Kenya Harlequin tail in the league after losing all their matches to date, collecting a solitary bonus point in the process.
Quins, who last won the league in 2012 are in the same predicament as Nakuru, winless in three outings, with a solitary bonus point and a better points difference that sees them currently placed 11th.

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