MMUST skipper opens up on National 7s Circuit campaign

MMUST captain Samuel Mbeche believes that the side has picked vital lessons in the National 7s Series and they are ready to improve on their flaws to become one of the unstoppable sides.
The side had a taste of both the National 7s Circuit top tier and second tier in 2018 with their journey starting off with a second tier at Prinsloo 7s.
Dr. Ochieng Ahaya coached side was then handed an invitation to the top tier at Sepetuka 7s and they became the revelation of the tournament, finishing sixth after a loss to their neighbors Kabras in the fifth-place finals.
The side, however, struggled at Kabeberi 7s, Driftwood 7s, and Dala 7s as they dropped to the Challenge trophy. At Christie 7s they were placed in Division two which they eventually won after a win over Egerton University.
“It was a good experience for the young side, we wanted to just get a taste of the season and I’m glad we played every big team in this country, actually almost edged every team at some point, it helped us recognize our weaknesses and believe me, we are now set to take over some good spot of rugby in this country,” Mbeche told Scrummage.
“I hope by the next season we shall have extended our depth and with that, we shall be unstoppable,” he added.
MMUST now shifts focus on the 15s season where they will be playing in the KRU Championship.

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