Oilers boss points out undoings in Nondies defeat

Menengai Oilers coach Gibson Weru attributed Oilers’ afflictions to poor discipline and non-possession in the line outs.
‘The lineouts didn’t work for us and when you cant get lineouts then you lose possession. Our defence was  good but our discipline was not good we kept conceding penalties,’ Oilers boss said.
Oilers failing to replicate their fine run as they previously plum Kenya Harlequins 14-8 in Kenya Cup round two, they fell 28-8 to a forceful Nondies side that was in for its third win they ran in three tries, two of which was converted by Martin Juma and his three penalties against Menengai’s one try and a penalty.
The loss means Oilers concede one win and two losses as at round three. Weru admitted his team made a lot of errors which they will look to correct before their next match.
‘And whenever got the ball we kicked away and they kept coming back to us. We have to work on the mistakes and correct to be better next weekend,’ he concluded.
Oilers will be in the hunt for their second win of the season as they host a hungry Homeboyz side that fell 35-15 to Quins over the weekend.

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