. KCB beat Menengai Oilers 30-5 to lift Dala 7s title at the Mamboleo showground on Sun 11 Aug 2019. Photo credit - Stanbic 7s
Stanbic 7s standings after Prinsloo 7s
By Eric Njiru | Sun 18 Aug, 2019 17:39

Despite finishing fifth at Prinsloo 7s, KCB retain the top place on the Stanbic 7s log on 72 points after bagging 13 in Nakuru on Sunday August 18, 2019.

The Dala and Kakamega 7s champions however saw their lead reduced from four to three points by Prinsloo 7s Stanbic Mwamba who bagged a maximum 22 after winning the just ended Prinsloo 7s to stay second on 69 points.

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Nakuru stays third on 64 points but Prinsloo 7s losing finalists Homeboyz sneaked back to the top four on 64 after bagging 19 for reaching the cup final.

Impala and Nondies saw sixth and seventh on 45 and 44 points respectively while Kabras continues with their rise as they are now 11th on 24 points. 

Kenya Harlequin moves from 16th to 15th on 11 points after bagging seven in Nakuru where they were beaten in the challenge trophy 24-15 by Nondies.

The Stanbic 7s takes a one-week break before returning with the last two legs of the season -Christies and Driftwood 7s. 

Stanbic 7s Log after Prinsloo 7s

1.KCB -72 points
2.Stanbic Mwamba -69points
3.Top Fry Nakuru -64 points
4.Homeboyz Rugby -64 points
5.Menengai Oilers -61 points
6.Impala Saracens -45 points
7.Nondies -44 points
8.MMUST -35 points
9.Strathmore Leos -31 points
10.Northern Suburbs Cubs -25 points
11.Kabras Sugar -24 points
12.Mean Machine -15 points
13.Blak Blad -12 points
14.Western Bulls -11 points
15.Kenya Harlequin -11 points
16.Egerton Wasps -7 points
17.Kisumu RFC -3 points
18.Catholic Monks -2 points 

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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