Kenya 7s captain Jacob Ojee says they will be looking to win all their pool matches at the fourth round of the World Sevens Series scheduled for this weekend in Sydney, Australia.
Shujaa have been drawn in a pool C which features current series leaders USA, Canada and France, a side they have already faced thrice this term.
“Our target is to win all matches.We had an improved performance in Hamilton but we still have some areas where we need to work and improve on heading to this weekend,” Ojee said.
Paul Murunga’s men are yet to advance to the cup quarter finals and will be looking to break the jinx.
“We are definitely hoping for an even better outing but first we should polish on our general play both attackwise and defensively,” he said.
Kenya,who occupy 13th position on the World Sevens Series standings, start their campaign against Canada before tackling USA and France in that order.
“As a leader, you tend to want to motivate the guys not only just by scoring but psyching them up for the games and instilling the belief in them,” Ojee said.