KENYA CUP

KCB captain awaits tough Kenya Cup after Floodies

KCB skipper and backrow Rocky Aguko is contented with their floodies performance that saw them pip Impala to defend the title.
Impala fought hard and managed a 20-18 win over a distressing Impala side. The forward believes that they still have work to do ahead of the new season.
“‘I think the match against Impala is a clear indication of how the Kenya Cup will be. We are happy for the win and we take lessons home as we will work on a couple things before the season.” He told Scrummage
“That is how the finals should be, they (Impala)were hitting us off our feet and that is one of the things we should work on,” he added.
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Aguko concluded that they expect teams to come more prepared for them hence a  season a tough season. He has, however, insisted that they have a common goal which is to defend the Kenya Cup trophy.
“We will do our best in the season and we should be prepared because teams will come hard on us but we will be keen to defend the title,” he concluded.
KCB will be chasing for a third straight Kenya Cup title after having beaten Kabras Sugar in the last two finals.

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