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Quins being taught rare lesson by no-nonsense Lions as Cup battles rage

At Impala Club, Kabras Sugar were leading Mwamba 14-7 early in the first half of their clash which bears significance in the chase for semi-finals play-offs


KENYA Commercial Bank were headed for top of the Kenya Cup rugby table with a rampaging performance over Harlequins, leading 52-10 with minutes to go at the Rugby Football Union of East Africa [RFUEA] ground.

Earlier Nakuru had edged Homeboyz 15-12 while Impala had whipped University of Nairobi Mean Machine 34-8.

Significance

At Impala Club, Kabras Sugar were giving Nairobi side Mwamba, leading them 14-7 at halt time in their clash which bears significance in the qualification for the semi-finals play-offs.

Western Bulls were 19-5 at half time against visiting Kenyatta University Blak Blad in Kakamega and Strathmore Leos were handing a 111-0 lesson to Catholic University of East Africa long before the match was over.

KENYA CUP:

Harlequins 10-52 [2nd half] KCB

Homeboyz 12-15 [FT] Nakuru

Mwamba 7-14 [HT] Kabras

Impala 34-8 [FT] University of Nairobi Mean Machine

Strathmore University 111-0 [2nd half] Catholic University of East Africa [CUEA]

Western Bulls 19-5 [HT] Kenyatta University Blak Blad

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