Kabras head coach Mzingae Nyathi told Shujaa pride the team looks forward to the Kenya cup challenge after warming up his charges at Nyayo stadium in the weekend where the Sugar Millers emerged 29-10 winners of the inaugural Sisimka Charity cup..
Grabbing the first edition of Sisimka Charity cup is a good start of the season according to the tactician who believes the incoming Kenya cup will be a challenge of its own.
“This was our first match of the season and it plays a big role as we get back to rugby. The win was positive but we had a few issues we would like to go back and analyze, especially what worked for us and also to avoid repeating some of the mistakes in the league. Our approach will be to take it a game at a time with our minds focused on the big one (Kenya cup),” Kabras coach Mzingae Nyathi told Shujaa pride.
The inaugural cup at the Nyayo National Stadium was kicked off by Hidden Talent ladies whipping Twiga 24-0 while Mwamba ladies lost 5-22 to Impala ladies team to curtain raise the event that received cash pledges towards paying school bursaries for orphaned and needy girls talented in rugby.