Western Bulls backrower Teddy Akala has admitted that the clash KRU Championship tie against Egerton Wasps was tougher than they expected.
The tight clash saw Akala inspire the Kakamega based side to a 12-8 victory against Wasps and he was picked as the man of the match by the club.
The forwards hopes that they will be able to sharpen their horns and correct their mistakes before heading to the final clash of the 2017.
“It was a tough game, harder than we expected. But we regroup this week again to work on the negatives going into this weekend’s match. We take it one match at a time, he told the club’s official portal.
Echulusi will be hoping to extend their winning run in the championship as they host Moi University at the Bull Ring in Kakamega. The side has been impressive in the second tie winning all the three opening ties.