Nakuru RFC head coach Mitch Ocholla is not a happy man following his side’s failure to make the Kabeberi 7s cup quarters,only a week after finishing second at Driftwood 7s in Mombasa.
Nakuru was in what on paper looked like a tough pool B at the Kabeberi 7s alongside Quins,KCB and Kisii RFC and they only managed a single win thus being relegated to the Challenge trophy and despite beating Mwamba in the challenge trophy final,Mitch was unimpressed.
“This was not a very good perfomance because we had set set standards high coming to the Kabeberi 7s..We started day one on a wrong footing but posted better results on day two despite two of our players,Philip Owuor and Monate Akwei picking up injuries,”Ocholla told Scrummage
“We had a chance to use the young players which is good for the club as well as for the player’s experience..we take this result and intend to buid from there,”he added.
Nakuru will be seeking to bounce back during their home tournament,the Prinsloo 7s slated for 23 September at the Nakuru Athletic Club.