Pic : Mr Jimmy Mnene (Kenya Harlequin’s Team manager).
Kenya Harlequin’s Team manager, Mr Jimmy Mnene is pleased with his team’s performance and he is optimistic that his team maintains that form when Kenya cup resumes next year.
Kenya Harlequins have shown great improvement as they are the only unbeaten side in this season’s Kenya Cup league.
Kenya Harlequins were too good against their opponents, Blak Blad RC in a match played at the RFUEA grounds yesterday. The hosts beat the students 57-12.
In a post match interview with Shujaa Pride, Mr Jimmy had this to say:
“We thank God and the team for the great work so far. It has been a good start of the season.”
“We attribute our success to hard work and determination from the technical team and the players.”
As Kenya cup takes a break until January, Kenya Harlequins Team manager says they will be cautious to start the year well although it will not be an easy one for them as they have tough fixtures ahead.
“We will keep on working on our structures and hope for a better season.”
Photo : William Mawira and his Kenya Harlequins team mates.
One thing that is easy to note is, Kenya Harlequin’s performance this season has been by far too good compared to that of last season. The points that they have right now are more or less similar to the total points that they had last season.
“We thank God for bouncing back and we hope to finish the season in a better position when the season ends,” Jimmy Mnene concluded.