In Summary

  • Homeboyz beat Western Bulls 36-26 at Bullring grounds, Kakamega.
  • Homeboyz coach Paul Murunga has said they would only celebrate when they lift the Kenya Cup on April 22.

Homeboyz moved to the top of the Kenya Cup rugby league standings on Saturday for the first time since making their debut in the top flight rugby in 2012.

Homeboyz beat Western Bulls 36-26 at Bullring grounds, Kakamega, to move to the top of the standings with 59 points after 11 wins and three losses.

However, it is Resolution Impala Saracens, who did the Menengai Cream-sponsored Deejays a big favour when they silenced Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) 27-24 in a pulsating duel at Impala Sports Club.

The results saw KCB dislodged from the top, slumping to third with 56 points as Kenya Harlequin, who beat defending champions Kabras Sugar 19-13, stayed second with 58 points.

Resolution Impala stayed fourth with an improved points tally of 51, followed by Kabras (46) and Nakuru who occupy the last play-off place with 43.

Homeboyz coach Paul Murunga has said they would only celebrate when they lift the Kenya Cup on April 22. Murunga said their next match against Nakuru away in the penultimate round of the regular season this Saturday is the very crucial. Homeboyz will then meet Nondescripts in their last match.

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