Kabras Sugar’s Brian Tanga currently leads the Kenya Cup try scoring charts. The utility back has scored 7 tries from the wing this season, just one more than KCB captain Curtis Likalo who has managed 6 touchdowns to date.
Menengai Oilers winger Timothy Okwemba is third with 5 tries while Kabras Sugar’s Felix Ayange and KCB’s Felix Ojow are tied for fourth on 4 tries.
Another nine players are tied on 3 tries apiece.
Kabras flyhalf Ntubeni Dukisa is head and shoulders above the competition in the points scoring charts.
He has amassed 74 points off 2 tries, 2 penatlies and 29 conversions. His closest challenger is team-mate Brian Tanga who is 39 points adrift on 35 points coming off 7 tries.
Mwamba’s Charles Kuka and Strathmore Leos’ Brunson Madiga are joint third on 34 points. Kuka has managed 1 try, 7 penalties and 4 conversions while Madiga has socred 2 tries and 8 penalties.
KCB’s Curtis Lilako (30 points) and Oilers Abutali Wesonga (29 points) round off the top five points
Meanwhile the midweek clash between Mwamba and Menengai Oilers that had scheduled for Wednesday 4 August 2021 has been rescheduled by a week and will now take place on Wednesday 11 August from 2.00pm at the Impala Club.
This fixture was initially set to take place on Saturday 10 July 2021.