Kabras Sugar coach Charles Cardovillis says his team can only get better after the first round of the National Sevens Circuit, Driftwood 7s.
Kabras finished fifth at the Driftwood 7s after beating Impala Saracens 12-5 with Cardovillis admitting he was satisfied with his defence.
“It’s not gone according to what we wanted, of course, we were looking at winning the tournament, but a lot of positives I can take away from the tournament one, in particular, is our defence.”
“We were really good, we only conceded three tries the whole tournament and we can only get better. A lot of small things we need to improve here and there but generally I am very happy with the boys,” said Cardovillis.
Cardovillis is expecting a tough Kabeberi outing where Kabras is banded in pool D with Mean Machine, Strathmore Leos and Makueni RFC.
“All the teams will get better, guys will get fitter and it will be very unpredictable. What I think is we going to have a very tight series all the way to the end.”
“All teams are looking to strengthen especially with the players coming from the national team, we are also in particular. So it’s going to be a very interesting weekend and it will give us an indication of where the whole series is going,” added Cardovillis.
Kabras are the Kabeberi 7s Plate defending champions.