Plenty of Action from Match Day 2 of The Kenya Cup

Matchday two action got underway with Oilers retaining topspot of the Kenya Cup with a 24-10 win over hosts Kenya Harlequin at the RFUEA Ground. The Nakuru based side led the hosts 12-3 at the interval with tries from Hilary Mulweyi and John Okoth with flyhalf Geoffrey Ominde adding a conversion. Lucky Dewald was Quins only points scorer of the half from a penalty goal. In the second half, Steve Arunga scored twice for the Oilers with Ominde managing a conversion before Quins finaly scored a late try through Brian Waraba and a Dewald conversion.

KCB, who travelled to Kakamega, remained second with a 41-0 win away to University lads Masinde Muliro as champions Kabras Sugar thumped recently promoted Mean Machine with an identical score at the University of Nairobi.

Oscar Okaron's Homeboyz made it two wins from two, humbling last seasons semifinalists the Strathmore Leos 22-15 at the Jamhuri Park. 
In Nakuru, Mwamba secured their first win of the season, stopping hosts Nakuru 12-6 at the Nakuru Athletic Club.

Kenyatta University's Blak Blad won the Varsity Derby, handing the CUEA Catholic Monks a 28-9 drubbing at the Kenyatta University.

Collated Results
Mean Machine 0-41 Kabras Sugar
Kenya Harlequin 10-24 Menengai Oilers
Masinde Muliro 0-41 KCB
Homeboyz 22-15 Strathmore Leos
Nakuru 6-12 Mwamba
Blak Blad 28-9 Catholic Monks


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