KRU CHAMPIONSHIP

MMUST elucidate importance of breaking the duck in Championship

KRU Championship newbies MMUST are motivated after collecting the first win of the season and it will propel their dream of qualifying for Kenya Cup, says the club’s captain Samuel Mbeche.
The Kakamega Based side was able to pick their first ever win the second tier, beating UoE Trojans 17-10 in a closely contested clash.
Mbeche believes their target to book a slot in the top tier is more than alive. He has, however, warned his teammates that the journey will be tough.
“With this win we are now motivated and I strongly believe we are still on course to Kenya Cup. And again I won’t lie to every member that it’s going to be easy, it’s actually getting tougher as every team’s correcting on their mistakes, ” Mbeche told Scrummage.
The centre adds that they began the league on a good note but were affected by the incidences of their opener against Western Bulls.
“The new league began on a good note but due to some officiating errors of our first match, it went further affecting the boys in their second match,” he added.
MMUST have another tough test awaiting them over the weekend as they will be facing fellow newbies Kitale who have lost 10-8 and 24-10 to Kisii  and Western Bulls.

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