Impala tactician Frank Ndong has termed the Sarries’ season as a difficult one after they fell to Kabras in the Enterprise Cup finals played at the RFUEA on Saturday 25, adding that his team lacked clinicality in their execution.
Impala’s Kenya cup dream was brought to a screeching halt in the quarter final stage by Ngong road counterparts Kenya Harlequins with a 29-24 scoreline four weeks ago before Kabras frustrated their only chance of bagging silverware this season.
“It was a very difficult season on and off the pitch. We pick more lessons from the season and I believe going forward we will be stronger. We just didn’t score, we had possession but each time we lost the ball they scored. We must learn to clinical.” Ndong said after the enterprise final.
At the end of the regular Kenya cup season where they lost to Kabras, Ndong highlighted a poor pre season as the main reason for the team’s poor performance.
The coach and the fans will feel like the team had a chance to beat Kabras to the title had they not been largely wasteful on the evening. Clear cut chances that came their way were not converted into points as the Millers punished them on every occasion they could find.