Pau speaks on Kenya 7s appointment

After being named the Kenya 7s Head Coach for the next two years, Paul Murunga is confident of a good season with his target being to build a side that will compete effectively.
Murunga will kickstart his Kenya 7s reign after the Africa 7s and he is excited after being picked to lead the side.
Ultimate challenge
He has termed the new role as an ultimate challenge which he is well braced for. He hopes his past experience as an assistant coach will be key.
“I am very excited, it’s been a journey in terms of coaching and for me this is the ultimate challenge. I’ve been in the set up as the Assistant Coach but now being the Head Coach the focus will be mostly on me.  From past experience, I believe I am ready for the new role. I’ll continue putting God first and ensure I am able to work according to his will. I am sure we shall have a good season as we build up a very strong side that will continue raising the flag high” Pau is qouted by KRU.
His assistant coach Kevin Wambua is happy with work done by outgoing coach Innocent Simuyu and he is keen to build on his work.
“ I am extremely humbled to have been considered for this job. The previous coached have done a fantastic job in laying down the foundation and structures. As we come in to this side, we shall have our own canvas as we also build up on the players they have left. Probably tweak a few things and as we work on ensuring Kenya’s name remains on the map in matters rugby.”
Their first roles will be to lead the side in the Safari 7s tournament set for November.

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