In Summary
  • Homeboyz touched down six tries to plummet hosts Nakuru 44-14 and open up a three-point lead heading into the final round of Kenya Cup regular season this Saturday.

  • The Menengai Cream sponsored Deejays will be seeking a fairytale end to the regular season campaign and an automatic semi-final place when they host Nondescripts on Saturday.

  • The Deejays, handled by former Kenya Sevens deputy coach Paul Murunga, stretched their lead to 64 points, having not conceded since round six where they stunningly lost to Strathmore Leos 32-33.

Homeboyz touched down six tries to plummet hosts Nakuru 44-14 and open up a three-point lead heading into the final round of Kenya Cup regular season this Saturday.

The Menengai Cream sponsored Deejays will be seeking a fairytale end to the regular season campaign and an automatic semi-final place when they host Nondescripts on Saturday.

The Deejays, handled by former Kenya Sevens deputy coach Paul Murunga, stretched their lead to 64 points, having not conceded since round six where they stunningly lost to Strathmore Leos 32-33.

In essence, their eighth successive victory in Nakuru brought their tally to 12 wins and three losses.

Is this Homeboyz’s year, having along the way claimed major scalps in champions Kabras Sugar, KCB, Mwamba, Impala and Quins?

The semi-finals will be a different game ball altogether for the Deejays, who lost in the top six play-off to KCB during the 2015/2016 seasons besides finishing eighth in 2014/2015. 

Homeboyz were firm in their executions for their second victory at the home of the Great Rift side with tries from Michael Wanjala, Steve Otieno, Cyprian Kuto, Jeff Oluoch, Keith Wasike and Stanley Isogon.

Kelvin Masai made two conversions and a penalty while, Wanjala one conversion and a drop goal. Tony Onyango too made a conversion.

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