Daystar Falcons heads high despite slow start

Daystar Falcons go for a try. Photo/Scrummage

Daystar Falcons‘ coach Caleb Bosire says the side will ‘keep knocking until the door opens’.

The varsity side headed to the National 7s Circuit after good displays last season and were touted to shine in this campaign. They have however failed to go past the group stage after three rounds.

Daystar Falcons’ coach

Speaking to the club’s media, Bosire said: “We had set a target of Making the Main Cup in Nakuru but it was not to be, we will keep knocking on that door until it opens.”

“We narrowly lost against formidable sides on the first day putting us under pressure to perform well on finals day,” he acknowledged.

He was however impressed to see the side reach the Challenge Trophy after missing out in the last two outings.

“We reached the challenge Trophy finals this weekend after failing to do so in the last two tournaments,” he added.

Daystar Falcons position

The Falcons, who currently hold the 11th position in the Circuit Standings and the coach says they will be working on their weaknesses before

“We are halfway through the 2023 National 7s circuit and the stakes have gone up heading into the last three legs,” he expressed.

“We will analyze the areas that let us down and refine them ahead of next weekend’s Christie 7s in Nairobi,” he concluded.

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