Kabras fullback Philip Wokorach who bagged three individual awards this season termed missing the kenya cup trophy as his biggest disappointment this season, but he believes they will have a better go at it next season.
The Ugandan import has undoubtedly had a season to remember, emerging the top points scorer, top try scorer in the Kenya cup season and the most valuable player in the Enterprise cup. Wokorach had to shift to fly half with the absence of south african Logan Basson but that didn’t stop him from running circles around teams’ defence lines.
He credits his successful season to hard work and the teamwork shown by his teammates.
“I thank God for the three individual awards. I set the targets at the start of the season and I have been working towards that. I thank my teammates for support throughout the season. Unfortunately, I could not win the Kenya Cup title but next season we hope to tick all the boxes right.”
“I feel great to have won the Enterprise Cup, the boys put in more effort. Without their efforts then we would not have won it.”
With the 15s season done and dusted, attention now shifts to Elgon Cup on 22 of June in Kisumu where the Ugandan will have to face his teammates when they turn up in their national colours.
He is also expected to feature for Kabras in the KRU national sevens circuit.