Injera admits hard work needed on sevens outfit
27 December 2013, 11:24
Nairobi - Collins Injera has admitted that there is lots to be done to improve the Kenya seven a side rugby team and its performances.
This follows a largely disappointing 2013-14 season so far where the side has failed to replicate the form of the previous season.
So far the side has not made it to a Cup semi-final and there have been inconsistencies in performances.
With new coach Paul Treu still settling in, Injera says they need time to adapt to the new style of play being implemented.
" There is work to be done to make us better but we are patient and confident that things will be good once we adapt to the way the new coach wants us to play, he said.
" So far it has not been good but it is early in the season and we still have a chance to change it around. I'm confident things will be okay.
" 2014 will be a big year for Kenya sevens and we look forward to it, he added.
Kenya will be hoping to land a first ever world rugby sevens leg win in 2014 having twice made the final but to no avail.