Kenya 7s coach bids to tighten defence as they wary of Fiji
December 8, 2018 12:01 pm
[Source: World Rugby 7s]
Kenya 7s coach Paul Murunga says they will have to address their defence and tackling issues if they are to match England, Fiji and France in Pool ‘C’ of the Cape Town tournament.
Murunga says defense has been a weak area for them as they are unable to make tackles.
He adds at the same time they are trying to get their defensive alignment working.
Murunga says they are a young squad with several debutants and the players must get it right in all facets of play if they are to be competitive.
Meanwhile, Fiji plays France in its first match at 9.59pm, then faces Kenya at 1.20 tomorrow morning before playing England in its final pool match 5.03am.
The Cup quarter-final begins at 11.04pm tomorrow, semi-final will be held at 3.56am on Monday and the final is scheduled for 6.44am.
You can watch the entire tournament live on FBC TV.