The deejays - as they are fondly known, have six points on Mwamba whom they beat in Nakuru and Eldoret to bag the first two legs of the six-part circuit. In getting to both finals Mwamba has amassed 38 points.
KCB come in third in the standings with 32 points off 15 points picked in being placed fourth at Prinsloo and 17 points in scooping bronze at Sepetuka.
Impala Saracens are fourth with 27 points from their bronze at Prinsloo and fifth place semis finish in Eldoret that came with ten points.
Defending National series champions Kabras Sugar are in at fifth spot with 23 points - 21 off the pace set by the sprinting Homeboyz. Ten of the points are from making it to the fifth-place semis at Prinsloo and 13 from winning the same category at Sepetuka. The two tournaments last season earned them a total of 35 points. Kabras won last year's circuit with 102 points, two ahead of 2016 champions Homeboyz.
With 22, 20 and 18 points, Nakuru, Nondies and Oilers close the top eight. With 16 and 13 points, Kenya Harlequins and Mean Machine complete the top ten.
Masinde Muliro University (MMUST) who featured in the first division at Sepetuka are eleventh with 12 points after shocking the big guns to end up in the fifth place final.
Search for points by teams will continue on 18-19 August during Kabeberi 7s in Machakos.