National Sevens circuit series leaders Homeboyz and Mwamba moved closer to reaching Christie 7s quarters after bagging two pool wins at RFUEA Grounds on Saturday.
Homeboyz beat Blue Bulls and Tuks 26-7 and Menengai Oilers 21-0 while Mwamba saw off Narvskaya 38-12 and Mean Machine 31-12.
Both Homeboyz(100 points) and Mwamba(92) are seeking to go as far as they can at Christie 7s to be crowned the 2018 national sevens circuit champions.
Other matches of the day saw Top Fry Nakuru lose 5-40 to Blue Bulls and Tuks while KCB beat Strathmore 17-14.
Last round of matches on Saturday evening will see Homeboyz play Nakuru as Mwamba takes on Kabras Sugar.
Homeboyz require only 15 points - equivalent of reaching main cup semis and forgetting Mwamba's results - to take home the national title..
Mwamba need the maximum 22 points and hope Homeboyz does not go past cup quarterfinals at RFUEA Grounds.
May Mwamba fail to reach semis, Homeboyz will need only six points - equivalent to losing challenge trophy final.
Kabras Sugar 12 Mean Machine 10
Mwamba 38 Narvskaya Zastava 12
Nakuru 38 Menengai Oilers 12
Homeboyz 26 Blue Bulls 7
Kenya Harlequin 48 Northern Suburbs Cubs 0
Impala 5 Emerging Uganda 5
Nondies 36 Kisii 5
KCB 17 Strathmore 14
Kabras 10 Narvskaya 12
Mwamba 31 Machine 12
Homeboyz 21 Menengai Oilers 0
Nakuru 5 Blue Bulls 40
Quins 17 Emerging Uganda 19
Cubs 7 Impala 28
115 D Nondescripts v Strathmore Leos, 14:00
16 D KCB v Kisii, 14:20
17 A Mean Machine v Narvskaya Zastava, 14:50
18 A Mwamba v Kabras Sugar, 15:10
19 B Menengai Oilers v Blue Bulls &TUKS Combined, 15:30
20 B Homeboyz v Nakuru, 15:50
21 C Northen Suburbs v Uganda Emerging Sevens, 16:10
22 C Impala v Kenya Harlequins, 16:30
23 D Kisii v Strathmore Leos, 16:50
24 D KCB v Nondescripts 0:20 17:10 17:30