KCB sevens coach Dennis Mwanja admits that they have to polish on a few areas of concern ahead of this weekend’s Christie 7s.
The bankers failed to replicate the form that saw them lift the main cup at Prinsloo only managing a 5th place finish at the Sepetuka 7s and coach Mwanja admits that they must polish on a few areas in order to put up a much improved display at Christie 7s.
“There is nothing much we can change for now because we are already deep into the circuit with only 2 legs remaining..all we need to do now is to perfect and polish on a few areas,”Mwanja told Scrummage.
KCB will be bolstered by the return of Kenya Simbas trio of Darwin Mukidza,Jacob Ojee and Martin Owilah as they seek to climb up the ladder on the national 7s circuit standings.
At Christie, the bankers are in pool D where they are scheduled to face two university sides, Blak Blad and Daystar Falcons as well as Oilers.