Kenya 7s head coach Innocent Simiyu says the side will give their all in order to finish strongly in the World Sevens Series.
Kenya is placed 11th on the World Series standings and has been placed in pool C alongside England, France and Spain.
Simiyu who took charge of the team early this season believes that the team has prepared well for the season finale and he is confident they will fight with the spirit witnessed in Singapore 7s.
“We have trained well were in a high performance camp in Nanyuki just to get the boys out of town and get the concentration level up. We have had good preps leading up to Paris and we expect that the players will play well and at least have a shot at the cup twice and being the last two tournaments we will leave everything on the pitch and hopefully secure a win. I believe they will play like they did in Singapore if not better than that,” he said.
Simiyu will be without Kenya’s alltime scorer Collins Injera as he is nursing a knee injury.