Defending champions KCB picked their third victory after convincingly beating Kenya Cup rivals Kenya Harlequins 22-13 in a exhilarating clash of the day for a second win in a row.
KCB tactician, Curtis Olago, termed the match to be a hard nut to crack and he had to remind the players to put emphasis on the essential parts of play like scrums before the second half restart.
He said, “It was a very tough game. Whenever KCB is playing teams team tighten up. It was important that we get off first gear. In the first half we did not get the first gear so I told them at halftime that we get attention to details especially in the scrums.”
Olago is happy to have all the first team players back from repechage duties in Marseille but insists they need to work more for a fine season run.
“I am happy to have first team players but we still have more to do. Lets not shy from reality, their is alot to do and we have a seen it in the match against Quins. Its a tough season and we have to keep the cards close to the chest,” he concluded.
KCB, are in the saddle for match day five action as they host Homeboyz.