A 34-13 win against Plascon Mongers saw defending champions Hima Cement Heathens maintain the top position as the Nile Special Stout Rugby Premier League, in Kampala, Uganda, resumed over the weekend.
The win at home saw Heathens maintain their lead atop the standings with 18 points, two more than second-placed 9 Barrel Warriors who defeated Jinja Hippos 26-20 at Legends Rugby Grounds.
A 29-0 away win for Betway Kobs over hosts MRI Rams saw them maintain the third place on the log with 15 points. Stanbic Black Pirates registered the highest score this weekend at home (Kings Park Arena) after defeating Impis 65-5 leaving them at 4th place with 14 points.
Plascon Mongers maintained their fifth position with eight points. A 20-7 Buffaloes’ win over Shell Rimula Rhinos saw them swap places with Shell Rimula Rhinos on the log leaving them at sixth place.
Rhinos home loss to Toyota Buffaloes saw them drop to eighth place with five points. Rams (three points) and Impis (one point) remain in the relegation zone with 14 more rounds to play.
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