Top Fry Nakuru still chasing their top-four target
- Wariuki already knows the areas to rectify ahead of their clash with Strathmore Leos this weekend.
- Top Fry miss the services of winger Nelson Oyoo who is with the national team at the Tokyo Olympics.
Top Fry Nakuru assistant Coach Simon Wariuki says their target is still to finish among the top four teams in the Kenya Cup despite this season their 40-15 thrashing by Kabras Sugar over the weekend.
Wariuki is in charge of the ‘Wanyores’ as head coach Fred Oloo is away on national duty with the Kenya Lionesses in the Tokyo Olympics, and says they have to win all their remaining matches to keep their hopes.
“Our target was to seal a top-four finish and still stands so going forward at least we know what to expect. We’re aiming to win all the remaining games so that we can maintain the top four position because that is where we belong,” said Wariuki.
Wariuki already knows the areas to rectify ahead of their clash with Strathmore Leos this weekend.
“We have identified the mistakes we made against Kabras over the weekend and we’ll rectify them over the week before we face our next opponents Strathmore Leos and I hope the boys will step up and win the weekend’s match,” added Wariuki.
The former Nakuru player believes there is no difference playing away or home saying it depends on the preparedness of the team.
“There is no difference playing at home or away ours is to go for the maximum points and ensure we’re still in the race to play in the playoffs,” said Wariuki.
Top Fry miss the services of winger Nelson Oyoo who is with the national team at the Tokyo Olympics.
Nakuru are currently sixth in the Kenya Cup standings with 10 points, a point behind fourth placed Impala Saracens.
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