Kisii RFC coach Nick Abok exuded confidence that his charges have what it takes to maintain Kenya Cup status.
Nondies’ successful appeal over the decision to dock them 10 points saw Kisii return to the relegation zone as they currently occupy 11th position after picking a single win in eight attempts.
“We have what it takes to remain in the top flight.We have three matches to play and mathematically thats 15 points if we were to pick winning bonuses,”Abok told Scrummage.
The newbies host Strathmore Leos in the only match of the day on Saturday 17 February at the Gusii stadium starting 1600hrs and Abok has called upon his charges to rectify on their undoings in the loss to Kabras.
“We have to rectify on the small mistakes we made during the Kabras game and since we have a good record when playing at home, we stand a great chance,”he concluded.
After facing Strathmore,Abok’s charges travel to the coastal city for a date with fellow basement side Mombasa RFC.