Kabras vice-captain Brian Tanga is confident of an immediate return to winning ways after the side relinquished the unbeaten tag following a loss to Homeboyz last weekend.
The halfback captained the squad in the absence of Max Adaka and they were edged 20-17 by the Deejayz at Impala Club. The defeat marked Henly Du Plessis third loss since taking over the club.
Tanga feels after the loss the fans should expect a bounce back and more positive results from the side.
“We just have to regroup and we will rise again. The fans have to expect more from us (better results) they should pray for us and continue supporting us,” Tanga told Scrummage.
Speaking on their loss Tanga insisted they were under no pressure and lost because they failed to make their chances count.
“We did take our chances. We had no pressure all that happened is things didn’t go our way,” he added.
Kabras are currently preparing for the final Kenya Cup clash 2019 which will be against Menengai Oilers at the Bull Ring.
They will be hoping to end the year on high just like last season.