Kabras Sugar RFC's fullback Philip Wokorach and Stanbic Mwamba's Flanker Collins Injera are leading the Kenya Cup list of the top point scorers after eleven weeks of action. Wokorach has so far scored 14 tries, 20 c0nversions and three penalties bringing his total tally to 119. Injera who comes in second has landed twelve tries for the Black shirts with zero conversions and penalties; his total points so far are 60.
Allan Ominde of Blakblad and Quinto Ongo of the Resolution Impala Saracens are third and fourth repsectively with 56 and 55 points. Ominde has dotted down twice, booted in eight conversions and ten penalty kicks while Quinto has three tries to his name, eight penalties and eight conversions. Andrew Matoka is fifth with one try, six conversions and ten penalty kicks totaling up to 52 points. At sixth position is Darwin Mukidza who has scored a total of 50 points for the Bankers; one try, twelve conversions and seven penalties.
Fielden Sinei of Nondescript RFC is seventh with two tries, nine conversions five penalties and one drop goal. His total tally is 46 points. Kenya Harlequins' Lyle Asiligwa's eleven conversions and seven penalties have him sitting in the eighth position with 43 points. Kevin Keegan of Kabras Sugar RFC is ninth with 39 points; 25 points off five tries and 14 points off seven conversions. Menengai Oilers' Derrick Keyoga wraps up the top ten top point scorers with 38 points. Keyoga has scored four tries, six conversions and two penalties.