Kisumu Rugby Football Club are not suffering any sense of panic after last weekend’s 53-3 defeat to Homeboyz, the lakeside team has managed only one win and endured 6 defeats.
Head Coach Brian Makalam acknowledges the fact that they are way below the standings and work is in progress.
“Our position in the log is disappointing, but the positive is we have a young side who are ready to learn you can tell from their body language and how they approach the game” said Mr. Makalama, head coach KRFC.
KRFC scored one try in the early minutes of the game but found themselves trailing by twenty-three points before the break. “Try-scoring would be a problem for us if we were not in a position to create opportunities. We had multiple chances which we could have taken advantage of. So what we have been doing this week is addressing how to capitalize when we create them.” narrated Mr Makalama.
“Everything takes time. I believe the boys will get used to the intensity in Kenya Cup game plan, the league is so intense and needs collaborative effort, with players as well. There is a lot of experience from opposing teams.
We are pretty happy as a group, enjoying what we are doing, and hopefully, we’ll see that in the next couple of weeks.” Concluded the gaffer. Kisumu RFC will be playing guest to 6th placed Menengai Oilers in Nakuru tomorrow.