Uganda Cranes boss rues missed chances after Elgon Cup defeat

Uganda cranes head coach John Duncan was irked by his team’s lack of sharpness when it came to execution and utilizing chances that came their way after they let slip an 18-10 lead to lose 23-18 to Kenya Simbas in an Elgon Cup first leg clash staged at the Legends rugby club in Kampala on Saturday.
Coach Duncan said that his team needed to take all the chances that they create.
“Monday is a new day and we have to just start working,we need to execute when we get chances.You get 10 chances against a team like Kenya,you have to take them,”he said.
Duncan also lamented on his team’s poor discipline showing after Aaron Ofoyrwoth and eighth man Marvin Odongo had to sit out the better part of the second period after the duo was sin binned.
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“Our discipline hurt us.If you play for 20 minutes as 14 men against Kenya,it’s always going to be hard,”he added.
On the return leg slated for Nairobi,Duncan said that they would ensure they take the fight to the Simbas especially with the fact that the fixture is a local Derby.
“Good thing it’s a local Derby.We are competitors and we shall take the fight to them,”Duncan told vision Uganda.
The two neighbours will face off at RFUEA grounds on 24th.

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