Kenya-Hong Kong game-changer discloses secret behind his display

Kenya Simbas scrumhalf Samson Onsomu has spoken on his influence in Saturday’s 19-all draw against Hong Kong at the RFUEA grounds.
In a match which Hong Kong will definitely feel hard done not to have won comfortably, Onsomu was introduced in the second half for Lyle Asiligwa and after his introduction momentum swung in Simbas favour.
Onsomu had a fantastic day in office that saw him bag the Most Valuable Player Award (MVP) during the clash that Simbas had given full debuts to six players.
Speaking to Impala Saracens,the dimunitive number 9 says that they should have sped up the pace of the match whenever they had to.
-At the back of my mind while sitting on the bench, I knew Hong Kong were at one point going to get affected by Nairobi’s atmospheric conditions.”he said.
-We should have started the game at pace and sped it up whenever we had the opportunity to do so. I came on, sped up the game & this immediately changed the playing surface.”
-My best point of the game was a quick ruck that I did, almost went over the chalk but was denied inches by defence. Going into Saturday, all we need to do is minimize our structural mistakes & play at a desirable pace.”
The Kenya Simbas will face Hong Kong in the second test on Saturday 26th August 2017 and both sides will be keen to climb up the world ladder.

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