Kabras Sugar head coach Charles Cardovillis admitted that their Saturday opponents Homeboyz were the better of the two sides.
The Deejays handed Kabras their first defeat of the season, a result which resulted in the side dropping to third on the Kenya Cup standings.
“Homeboyz were the better side, they settled quickly in the first half and we were slow off the blocks.Their execution was also better,”Cardovillis told Scrummage.
The tactician also attributed their loss to the absence of key duo of Johnstone Mung’au and Coleman Were, players whom he labeled as the backbone of the side.
“The absence of Mung’au and Were also dealt us a huge blow because they are some of the players who serve as the backbone of the side,”he added.
The 2015 Kenya Cup champions will host Kisii RFC in a round nine tie in Kisumu on Saturday starting 1600hrs.