KCB seeking double over rivals Nakuru RFC

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KCB are second on the Kenya Cup standings on 27 points behind Kenya Harlequin who are two points ahead.PHOTO/File

NAIROBI, Kenya, Jan 13 – KCB rugby club head coach Curtis Lilako is usually confident his charges will complete double over their rivals Nakuru RFC when the two sides lock horns from the second leg of the Kenya Cup at the Nakuru Athletic Club on Saturday.

KCB were 33-0 winners over Nakuru when the Bankers hosted Wanyore from the first leg last November in addition to also Lilako, who is usually planning to approach the crunch cautiously hinted he will make drastic modifications.

However, Nakuru know only too well in which a victorious response is usually expected as they look to keep KCB via winning in Nakuru for the 1st time in over six years.

“We go away to Nakuru bearing in mind there is usually always a history between us in addition to also them especially in Nakuru yet judging by the game we played here from the first leg, I think we are up to in which in addition to also as I tell my boys  we don’t go by history we make our own history,” Lilako said.

“Coming to This particular game will go the same way we did in addition to also last year against Nakuru we didn’t have some players yet This particular time round we will have a few modifications from the squad which I believe will be a stronger side to beat Nakuru,” the coach stated.

Lilako hailed brand new signing Ahmed Shaban saying the fly-half will bring flare into the team as they target to qualify for the playoff as Group A winners.

“Shaban is usually a very Great player, he has Great attacking skills in addition to also he is usually also Great defenseive wise. I think he will bring flare in which maybe we don’t have. He is usually a Great addition to the team in addition to also I think he will blend as soon as possible,” Lilako, who won the Kenyan Cup title with KCB in 2014-15 season, stated.

KCB RFC vs Nakuru from the first leg of the Kenya Cup.PHOTO/File

After a bright start to the current campaign, in which loss to KCB knocked the wind off the Wanyore’s sails, their current league position testament to This particular.

Saturday’s fixture before their loyal fans is usually the perfect opportunity for them to get things back on track.

The ever reliable Edwins Makori will Again be an influential figure for the Wanyore, tasked with marshaling his forwards including rising star Monate Atukei as well as the experienced Philip Kwame in addition to also Sammy Warui.

Wily half back in addition to also skipper Geoff Ominde will need to inspire his backs to turn up for the encounter if they are to make an impression in addition to also secure a result against the bankers who come into This particular tie with high confidence levels, undefeated in addition to also sitting second on the log, two points behind leaders Kenya Harlequin.

Key for the Bankers will be Davis Chenge who had massive game from the first leg blow out of the Wanyore. The former Kenya Sevens international links up with Peter Waitere in addition to also Rocky Aguko from the back row as they seek to snuff out any threat Nakuru may pose.

This particular match kicks off at 4.00pm in addition to also will be preceded by the Eric Shirley Shield encounter between the Nakuru in addition to also KCB second stringers.

The season will see them tackle Mean Machine in addition to also Kabras before the month ends. KCB enjoyed the perfect season before the festivities break, inflicting two defeats to Western Bulls that has a 31 point margin in addition to also the Olago squad are in a position to win in which all. The team will focus on young, energetic players who can give the squad necessary depth yet still possess great quality.

-Material via Kenya Cup website used to compile This particular report-

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