Winger Alfred Orege has hit the ground running after joining Kabras Sugar from Mean Machine as he looks to take his career to the next level.
Orege, popularly known as ‘Daddy’ at Machine, says “it's great playing for Kabras. The experience is one of a kind.”
Having been at Mean Machine for four years after joining from Mwamba RFC, Orege felt time had come for him to grow immediately after graduating last September with a BSc degree in Chemistry and Mathematics.
“The competition here is stiff. Hard work, following instructions and supportive team mates and coaching staff are the secret behind all this,” he said.
The former Nyabondo and Bookshine School student wants to win as many caps as possible at Kabras and go on to become one of the best players in Kenya.
“My main goal is to grow individually as a player and help the team attain its season goals. Win as many caps as i can.”
With Kabras Sugar’s last Kenya Cup title win coming only in 2016 despite heavy investment, Daddy is optimistic the Sugar millers will finally win it again in 2020.
“Yeah i think it is(2020).”
New atmosphere, diversity in terms of players and playing structures are the main differences between Mean Machine and Kabras according to Orege.
Kabras Sugar lead on 40 points with Kenya Cup set to resume this weekend. They visit Top Fry Nakuru at NAC.