Blak Blad coach notes improvement ahead of Kabeberi 7s

Blak Blad coach Michael “Tank” Otieno says that his side has improved and there are a lot of positives to build on ahead of the third round of the National 7s circuit,Kabeberi slated for 18-19 August in Machakos.
The KUSA 7s champions started their campaign on a low,managing a 13th place finish at the opening round in Nakuru before bagging 7 points at the Sepetuka 7s in Eldoret after reaching the Challenge Trophy final.
“They are now doing the right things;keeping possession well,looking after the ball,going forward and making sound decisons.The defence is also good.There are a lot of positives that we can build on heading to Kabeberi 7s,” Tank said.
“Tank” further lauded the competitiveness of the circuit adding that it is good for the growth of Kenyan Rugby.
No pushovers
“The competition has become stiff.There were teams that you were always sure you would beat but right now of all the Division 1 teams there are no pushovers and we saw that at Sepetuka.”
“MMUST,Nondies making it to the cup quarters while Quins were down playing in the shield-that is something that has not happened for a long time.The whole thing has become competitive which is good for our game.”
Blak Blad occupy 12th position on the standings having amassed 10 points.At Kabeberi,the Kenyatta University side will face hosts Mwamba Rugby Club,Impala Saracens and Kisumu RFC  in pool B.

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