NATIONAL SEVENS CIRCUIT

Kabras coach notes improvement in Sepetuka 7s showing

Kabras Sugar coach Edwin Achayo is pleased with improved performance from his side during concluded Sepetuka 7s where they achieved a fifth-place finish.
The National 7s Circuit defending champions beat their neighbours MMUST in the fifth place finals and collected 13 points, three more than what they managed at Prinsloo.
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The tactician attributed their improved performance to ironing out on their undoings of the opening round of the sevens circuit held in Nakuru.
“We just went back to the drawing board and looked at some of the errors we made at Prinsloo and tried to iron out on them.Obviously, there is still a lot to be worked on especially our start;Its been poor even in this tournament but we are happy that at least we managed some silverware to take home,” he told Scrummage.
Kabras will now shift focus to the third leg slated for the weekend of 18-19 August in Machakos.

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