Kabras Sugar’s Brian Tanga is tackled by Dennis Muhanji (eft) of Harlequins during Charity Cup tournament at Nyayo National Stadium on Sunday, Feb 20, 2021. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

Kabras Sugar scrum half Brian Tanga leads the trying scoring charts heading into the Kenya Cup final on Saturday, September 4 at the Nandi Bears Club.

Tanga has landed 7 tries, one more than the chasing duo of Curtis Lilako (KCB) and Bethuel Muteshi (Strathmore Leos) who have scored 6 tries apiece.

 Menengai Oilers Timothy Okwemba and KCB’s Felix Ojow are joint third on 5 tries while other players – Matoka Matoka (Strathmore Leos), Johnstone Olindi (KCB), Felix Ayange, Derrick Ashiundu (Kabras Sugar) and Herman Humwa (Kenya Harlequin) are on 4 tries each.

 Kabras Sugar’s Ntabeni Dukisa continues to lead the points scoring charts. The utility back has a cumulative point’s tally of 103 points coming off 3 tries, 7 penalties and 36 conversions.

 KCB’s Darwin Mukidza is a distant second on 49 points coming off 1 try, 6 penalties and 13 conversions.

Nondescripts’ Kanyiri Kariuki is third on 40 points – having scored 10 penalties and 5 conversions as Brunson Madigu of Strathmore sits fourth on 39 points, having scored 3 tries and 8 penalties.

 Kenya Cup leading try scorers

 7- Brian Tanga (Kabras Sugar)

 6- Curtis Lilako (KCB)

 6- Bethuel Muteshi (Strathmore Leos)

 5- Timothy Okwemba (Menengai Oilers)

 5- Felix Ojoo (KCB)

 4- Johnstone Olindi (KCB)

 4-Matoka Matoka (Strathmore Leos)

 4-Herman Humwa (Kenya Harlequin)

 4- Felix Ayange (Kabras Sugar)

 4- Derrick Ashiundu (Kabras Sugar)

Kenya Cup leading point scorers

 103 – Ntabeni Dukisa (Kabras Sugar)

 49 – Darwin Mukidza (KCB)

 40 –Kanyiri Kariuki (Nondescripts)

 39- Brunson Madigu (Strathmore Leos)


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