Kabras RFC may no longer need Fijian players in their squad,according to head coach Charles Cardovillis.
Speaking to the Scrummage in Mombasa where he guided the Sugarmillers to the plate title,Cardovillis said that they look towards building local talent and therefore,the Fijian nationals may fail to be part of their squad.
“We have enough local talent here which we need to build..therefore there is no need for us to keep relying on the Fijians yet our own local talent can help us win titles,”Said Cardovillis.
The former Quins tactician further added that they may only retain Jone Kubu in their squad as they seek for a better perfomance in the ongoing sevens circuit as well as the upcoming 15s season.
“We have decided that we shall no longer require the services of the Fijians anymore apart from Jone Kubu who may stay with us,”he added.
Fullback Jone Kubu,hooker Cava Racigi, fly-half Navuso Jone and flanker Apenisa Natabua are some of the Fijian nationals in the current Kabras fold having crossed over in 2015 from Samurai Naitasiri Rugby Club.
Kabras has already bolstered their squad ahead of the 15s season,roping in Nakuru trio of Charlton Mokua,Mike Okombe and Coleman Were as well as Kevin Keegan who has reunited with his former Quins coach Cardovillis.