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Nakuru, Quins climb after Kabeberi 7s
By Eric Njiru | Mon 20 Aug, 2018 15:07

National Sevens circuit top three remains unchanged after Kabeberi 7s as Homeboyz, Mwamba and KCB maintained their positions.

The Deejayz, who have won all three legs played in 2018, have however extended their lead on top from six points to 15. Mwamba, who finished 5th at Kabeberi 7s, stay second with 51 points.

KCB also reduced the gap between them and Mwamba to only two as they now have 49 points –this is after finishing third at Kabeberi 7s.

Kabeberi 7s runners up Nakuru RFC climbed two places to fourth with 41 points while Kabras also moved one place up to fifth with 35. This is due to Impala’s performance that saw them pick three points in Machakos to drop three places to Seventh with 30 points.

Quins, who were relegated at Sepetuka 7s but finished fourth at Kabeberi, climb three places to sixth with 31 points. 

Sevens Circuit Standings after Kabeberi 7s
1.Homeboyz 66
2.Mwamba 51
3.KCB 49
4.Nakuru 41

5.Kabras 35
6.Quins 31
7.Impala 30
8.Oilers 26
9.Nondies 25
10.Machine 23
11.Blak Blad 20
12.MMUST 15
13.Strathmore 13
14.Kisii RFC 12
15.Monks 6
16.Kisumu 5
17.Suburbs 1
18.Webuye 1
19.Mombasa 1

Eric Njiru
Award-winning, bold, independent Rugby Journalist and Radio Presenter in Kenya, Southern Hemisphere with experience in Match-Day Reporting, News and Interviews. Covering Kenya 7s around the World. Email: ericnjiru41@gmail.com +254726205521
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