NATIONAL SEVENS CIRCUIT

Kabras coach talks up Sevens Circuit competitiveness

Kabras Sugar coach Edwin Achayo admitted that the 2018 National Sevens Circuit is competitive following the early elimination of some of the big guns during the second round,Sepetuka 7s held in Eldoret two weeks ago. 
Achayo’s side is yet to go past cup quarters after two stop overs in Nakuru and Eldoret and the ex-Kenya international  says that they will stay in contention until the end.
“Its very competitive to be honest.Even the margins are very small which shows that anything can happen.Some of the top sides like Quins and Oilers did not have a good outing at Sepetuka and that means if you don’t show up on the day you miss out.Our plan is to stay very much in the fight till the end,” Achayo told Scrummage.
The Kakamega side will be hoping to better their fortunes when they travel to Machakos for the season’s third round,Kabeberi 7s slated for the weekend of 18-19 August 2018.

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