Homeboyz RFC coach Paul Murunga said that they must improve on their defending if they are to bag a win against Impala Saracens in a Kenya Cup round three match this Saturday.

Homeboyz stood firm against a resolute Nondies side to clinch a hard fought 29-22 win and Murunga admits that the match against Impala will equally be tough.

“It will be tough against Impala so we must plan well.We need to work more on our defence because we really conceded three easy tries against Nondies.If we do that well,we should be ready to take on Impala,”Murunga told Scrummage.

The Homeboyz-Impala duel,to be staged at the Jamhuri Park starts at 1600hrs and it will be preceded by the Nondies vs Mombasa match.