Kabras hoping Kenya Cup pain sparks circuit success
Kabras RFC headcoach Dominique Habimana believes his team can use the lessons they learnt in their Kenya Cup final loss to KCB and fight to win this year’s National Sevens Circuit .
Habimana said the character in his talented side after their painful loss to rivals will be tested when the national sevens circuit begins in November.
“The fact that they have played in several finals they are always learning something new and it’s high time we finish off the tournament with a cup for our fans.
“This group of players are so determined to succeed and no amount of discouragement can affect them. We will go back to the drawing board and prepare for the next tournament with the aim of winning it,” Habimana said.
The Western-based side lost to KCB on sudden death 28-25 and star player Brian Tanga says they will not rest until they have a title under their belt to show their fans.
“It was a pain full loss the fact that we were leading but despite the loss the players gave so much throughout the season and we still won’t give up in the next tournament because of our hunger to succeed ,”Tanga stated
His sentiments are echoed by youngster Kevin Wekesa who was pleased to be part of such a great season for the team despite the loss in the final.
“It was my first time playing in the finals and it was a good experience against a very experienced side ,we remain committed in giving our best to the players and the fans and we believe the process will bare fruits very soon,” Wekesa said.