In Summary
  • It is Homeboyz who upheld their league’s lead at the penultimate stage when they touched down six tries to crush host Nakuru 44-14 at the Nakuru Athletics Club.
  • The victory by Menengai Cream sponsored Homeboyz brought their tally to 64 points as KCB dislodged Quins from second place on 61 points.

The RFUEA ground turned into a theatre of thrills and drama when a resilient Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) staged one of the most thrilling comeback in Kenya Cup to beat Harlequins 29-26 on Saturday.

However, it is Homeboyz who upheld their league’s lead at the penultimate stage when they touched down six tries to crush host Nakuru 44-14 at the Nakuru Athletics Club.

The victory by Menengai Cream sponsored Homeboyz brought their tally to 64 points as KCB dislodged Quins from second place on 61 points.

The Ngong Road-based Quins, who got two vital bonus points for not losing by more than seven points and scoring four tries, dropped one place on the table to third with 60 points.

Dennis Muhanji, Peter Misango and Wilson K'opondo scored a try each as Kevin Keegan converted twice to give Quins a 19-8 lead at the break. The bankers’ points were from a try by Felix Ojoo and Darwin Mukidza’s penalty.

Patrice Agunda added a try that was converted by Kevin Keagan.

Mukidza converted Peter Waitere, James Kilonzo and Ojoo’s tries as KCB completed a remarkable comeback.

Champions Kabras Sugar enhanced their chances of staying in top six play-offs when they humbled visiting Resolution Impala Saracens 29-26 at the Kakamega showground.

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