Mount Kenya University are top of the Kings of Rugby circuit in the overall standings released after four rounds with a total of 60 points.
The universities Sevens circuit has been through Nyeri, Kaimosi, Wundanyi and Njoro legs and is set to wind down with one more round before paving way to the National Sevens Circuit.
The fifth and final leg of the games that was set to happen in Nairobi on 23rd to 24th of July, Ragahouse is informed the games have been postponed until further notice, through a communication passed to participating teams.
By virtue of being cup winners in round three, held at Wundanyi and runners up in Nyeri and Njoro legs, MKU bagged a total of 60 points to keep them two points away of second placed Nairobi University's Mean Machine who have an accumulative 58 points. This is despite their single cup win in Nyeri and top three finishes in subsequent legs.
Kenyatta University's Blakblad are third with 57 points, thanks to main cup wins in Njoro and Kaimosi. University of Eldoret Trojans are fourth with 46 points after a double plate cup win in Njoro and Nyeri. USIU close the top five with 44 points.
In the meantime, University of Eldoret skipper Eldon Achara remains upbeat ahead of fifth round even though the date is yet to be confirmed.
"We are going to do our best at the leg, all our players are fit and we are free of any alarming injuries"
Trojans have managed a best of 3rd place in the league so far with two plate cup wins.
The complete standings after four rounds are as follows;
1. MKU (60 points),
3. KU (57),
4. UoE (46),
5. USIU (44),
6. MMU (32),
7. JKUAT (30),
8. TUK (27),
10. SEKU (15),
11. CO-OP (10),
12. Daystar Falcons (9),
13. Egerton Wasps (8),
14. JOOUST (7),
15. Kabarak (5),
16. TTU (2),
17. ANU (2).