Kabras RFC new signing Lameck Ambetsa has revealed helping the side retain the Kenya Cup trophy they won last season tops the list of his main targets this season, after making his debut for the sugar men in their 42-0 Kenya Cup win against Nakuru RFC last weekend.
Roped in from neighbours MMUST RFC in the January transfer window, the Bungoma High School alumnus said it is a dream come true to play for one of the country’s top rugby sides, and while he admits a lot of challenges linger ahead, he says he is ready to face them head-on
Feeling great to be at Kabras
“I feel great being part of the Kabras RFC team. My biggest target this season is I want to help the side maintain the Kenya Cup victory. A lot of challenges lie ahead but I am ready,” he said.
“The (Nakuru RFC) game wasn’t easy but personally being my first game of the season I did my best. It is a learning process to get into the system of the team game. I am hoping to improve on the next matches to come,” he added.
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The pacy winger was among four new signings to cross borders from MMUST to Kabras in this January window, the others being Biden Hayo, Gibson Perez and Felix Bukhutse.
To his fans, Ambetsa says, “I promise them the best of results this season with Kabras both on 15s and 7s. I am personally aiming to be the best player and later represent my country in either rugby 15s or 7s.”