KENYA CUP

Harlequins boss concerned with second half display despite win

Kenya Harlequins boss Charles Cardovillis is happy that they picked maximum points from their clash against Homeboyz but he is still concerned with the second half display.
The Ngong Road based side picked a 35-15 win over Homeboyz in a Kenya Cup match staged at RFUEA Grounds last weekend.
The coach is impressed with the first half display since his side played better and executed their plan well.
The tactician, however feels that they they failed to keep the tempo in second half especially after introducing new faces from the bench.
“We played much better. The boys executed the plan especially in the first half, we did what we wanted to do but am still concerned about the second half, the sub did not give us the impact we needed,” Cardovillis revealed.
“All in all its good that we picked a bonus point win over Homeboyz who are title contenders. It is now two out of three we will be hoping to build up from this match,” he added
Kenya Harlequins now shift focus on the Kenya Cup clash against KCB set for Saturday at the RFUEA Grounds.

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