Impala Saracens new head coach, Frank Ndong is expecting to record his first win in the Ngong road derby against Harlequins in the Enterprise quarter finals.
Ndong will miss the services of Dennis Karani, James Kubasu, Erick Kerre, Simon Muniafu and Sam Onsumu who are away in South Africa says he is looking forward to use his scrum more efficiently to curb Quins strike rate in the derby.
“All I want in my first outing is a win.We will need to take care of the Quins’ efficiency. They have a high strike rate. Our scrum has been our most efficient tool this season. We might miss the services of Dennis Karani, James Kubasu, Erick Kerry and Simon Muniafu who are away for camp in South Africa with the Kenya 15 s but I believe those we named in the squad this weekend will rise up to the occasion”, said Ndong.
Impala Saracens will face Harlequins in the Ngong Road Derby that will be played on Saturday, 13th May at the Impala Grounds.