South Coast Pirates captain Charles Tendwa says they had a good game in Kakamega against MMUST though the results did not go their way, they picked important lessons that will be key in the upcoming games.
The Ukunda based side suffered a 51-9 defeat in the end year clash staged at MMUST Grounds.
Tendwa who made his Kenya Simbas debut in the 2019 season believes that MMUST backs played a major role in the win.
“It was a good game but we didn’t get the results we wanted. We lost because of our mistakes but we have at least picked lessons in the matches of which we can do better if we correct. Their (MMUST) backline was more superior as compared to ours which was a bit weak, ” Tendwa told Scrummage.
The centre hopes they will return to winning ways as they host Kisii in Ukunda.
“We expect to start the new year on a high as we will be playing at home, ” he added.
South Coast Pirates have 17 points following four wins in the opening nine matches. They are placed ninth on the log and will be seeking to rise further in the new year.