Kabras coach talks up on win over Blak Blad

Despite winning the opening two Kenya Cup games, Kabras head coach Henly Du Plessis admits that they have had a slow start in the matches.
Against Blak Blad, the side only managed 12 points in the first half despite dominating possession. They would add 25 more points in the closing half to win 37-10.
DU Plessis says the slow start was because of his charges were not sure of what to do with the ball and they were giving away possession easily.
“We started slow and it is the second game that we have started slow. In the first half we were not sure of what to do with the ball, we were not clinical, we were kicking the ball away and making a lot of mistakes,” he told Scrummage.
From the break, Blad cut the gap to only two points but Kabras managed to break away to win the match. He says he urged them to keep possession and stick to the game plan.
“I told them to stick to our system which we trained on last week and ahead of the Blak Blad match. I also told them to keep the ball and it worked,”
Kabras are top on the Kenya Cup log with 10 points and will be hoping to extended the stay on top as they host Nakuru RFC.

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