KENYA CUP

Oilers pinpoint undoings, positives from KCB loss

Oilers coach Gibson Weru says inexperience and poor decision making contributed to their 27-5 loss to KCB in their first Kenya cup match at the RFUEA.
Weru Said a couple of wrong decisions proved to be too costly for his side against an experienced and clinical KCB side.
“I think it was a fall. We started off poorly, we did not make the right decision and that cost us momentum. We tried to pick up but it was hard against KCB who are good and clinical. They punish you for any mistake you make. Inexperience played a part and my house did not tick.” The Oilers coach said in an interview after the match.
Despite losing, Weru believes there were a lot of positives picked from the match, ranging dominating the set pieces regularly and bullying KCB at the scrum down. The coach said his charges picked a lot of confidence from the clash.
“Positives in the match are that they dominated the set pieces, the collision but we did not sustain. But a lot of confidence that we have picked from this clash.” Weru added.
Oilers will look to bounce back from their loss when they host Kenya Harlequins on Saturday.

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