Kisii Rugby Club chairman, Walter Orangi has hinted that his team is aiming at taking advantage of their home matches inorder to ‘gain stability’ in the Kenya Cup.
Orangi admits that their first participation in the Kenya Cup will be an uphill task but he has promised that his team will put up a brave fight against the ‘big teams’ owing to their great learning experience in the Impala Floodlit tournament.
Great learning experience
“Floodies was a great learning opportunity. Our key lessons was how to play the big teams. We understand that as a team coming into Kenya Cup for the first time we’ll have many challenges. Our first priority is seeking to maintain stability,”Orangi told Impala Saracens official portal.
He says that his team intends to gain out of their home matches and pocket as much points as they can from them (home matches).
” We recognize our biggest advantage is the fact that we have a lot of home matches.I can assure you that most of our home matches will be tough experience for our opponents now that we have learning’s from the Floodies.If by chance we loose we loose honorably-with bonus points,”says Orangi.
Kisii Rugby Club will be participating in the Kenya Cup for the first time this season after earning qualification at the end of last season championship”
Their first task in the Kenya Cup will be at the Nakuru Athletic Club against Nakuru RFC