Kenya Harlequin registered their fourth of the season beating Top Fry Nakuru 36-21 in an early kick-off of the 2018/19 Kenya Cup at RFUEA Grounds on Sat Jan 12.
Nakuru went 0-7 up early in the game as returning Geoff Ominde converted Edwin Makori's try it last long as fullback Lyle Asiligwa added extras to Aluda Beda's touch down.
Kenya 7s international Eden Agero, who had a good afternoon, added Quins' second with Asiligwa also converting before cutting in between the posts with a three-pointer.
Nakuru reduced the deficit before the break as Philip Kwame pushed his way to the try-line to trail 17-14. However, Beda landed his second after skillful moves from Agero to lead 22-14.
Dancan Abuyeka scored Nakuru's third immediately after the interval to bring scores to 22-21 after Ominde's boot but Quins were awarded a penalty try for an infringement to go eight points clear.
Debutant Scott Oluoch announced his rival to the Kenya Cup as he added Quins' fifth and confirm a 36-21 win.
Quins now have 21 points which saw them go to second pending late kick-offs. Nakuru picked no point to stay sixth with 15 points also pending 4pm matches.
On matchday 7, Quins head to Mean Machine while Nakuru will host Homeboyz.