Kenya 7s coach Innocent Simiyu believes that the side needs to tweak its management of the game as well as execution.
Shujaa posted mixed results at the opening two rounds of the 2017/18 HSBC world 7s series bagging 10 points in Dubai and a paltry three in Cape Town,the latter as a result of failing to reach cup quarters and only managing a 13th place finish.
“The two tournaments were challenging to us but we’re quite impressed with how the players performed,”Simiyu is quoted by KRU’s portal.
“However,there are a couple of areas that need fine tuning in regards to our execution of the game.We need to get more players exposed to the pressure on how to manage the game in that critical time,”he added.
Simiyu’s charges currently occupy 11th spot on the standings with a total of 13 points after two legs.
Shujaa resumes training on 18 December ahead of the third leg of the series slated for 26-28 January,2018 in Sydney,Australia.
At Sydney 7s,the side is banded with Argentina,France and Wales in pool B of the tournament.