Kabras and Fijian star Jone Kubu will be delighted to play for Kenya 7s or Kenya Simbas if handed a chance.
The Fijian views Kenya as his new home and having been in Kenya for more than 36 months he is eligible to feature for either the 7s or 15s side as he yet to make a senior debut back at home.
Kubu who was enjoying one of the finest forms after recovering from a knee injury believes he can thrive with the 7s which has done well in the World 7s Series but would not also mind playing for the 15s side.
“Kenya is my new home, and if I am lucky to be drafted in either the Kenya Sevens or Kenya Simbas national teams, why not? I’d be delighted to play for them. I’ve been staying here long enough. I’d love to give it a go.” Kubu told Standard Sports
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“Kenya Sevens has been doing well during the HBSC Series legs across the world and I believe I could thrive even more with the team. It will be a pleasure to play for Kenya at any stage,” he said.
Kubu who helped Kabras to the first-ever Kenya Cup title admitted that losing last season at home was painful for the side and should the virus be contained he hopes that they can correct their mistakes and bag their second Kenya Cup title.
“Last season, I had to juggle with injuries but right now I am really good. It was a painful experience to lose in the final at home last year and we hope to rectify our mistakes this year hopefully to win after the virus situation is over,” he said.
Kabras had already qualified for the semis before the season was suspended.