NATIONAL SEVENS CIRCUIT

Mwamba boss discusses the National 7s Circuit run

Mwamba RFC head coach Kevin Wambua has revealed that they managed to achieve their 7s Circuit targets, thanks to a remarkable run by his charges. 
The side was in a fine form in the National 7s Circuit that saw them win Dala 7s, finish second at Prinsloo, Sepetuka and Driftwood 7s. Their lowest finish in the six legs was at Christie 7s where they managed 10 points.
Read: Final National 7s Circuit standings 
Wambua says they came to the 7s season seeking to better the 2017 performance and they were chasing for a top-five finish which they achieved.  The Kenya Lionesses boss believes that the side is yet to unleash their full potential and he is confident of a better season in 2019 7s season.
“We have achieved our 2018 targets. We wanted to be in the top five and got number two. The boys were remarkable, coming from number nine to almost winning is impressive and its something we can build on. This is a young team that hasn’t played to its potential and we are going to the drawing board and I believe next year we will be stronger,” Wambua told Scrummage.
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On their loss to Blue Bulls and TUKs which ended their National 7s Circuit title push, Wambua noted that they were punished for their missed after allowing their opponents to take lead in the clash.
“We were unlucky, some 50/50 calls did not go our way and TUKs managed to feed off our mistakes and scored two tries. We were forced to chase the game and made several mistakes which saw us punished,” he added.
Kulabu managed 102 for a second place finish.

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