South Coast Pirates entertain Catholic Monks in what is expected to be a contest well fought four by both the two sides.
Teams are scheduled to break following the completion of matches expected to take place on December 16 before resuming almost a fortnight into the new year and as the scramble for log points hots up, it is paramount that Pirates come out top against Monks in order to climb up the Championship table.
The team has so far lost both of its first two matches ts to Mean Machine and USIU while Monks also fell to Machine before claiming consecutive wins against Ngong and JKUAT.
While speaking ahead of the game against Monks on Saturday, Pirates coach Kenny Andola has called for accuracy in execution of the basic rugby skills as well as effective retention of ball possession as the elements to work on if the team is to achieve a strong finish to the year
"We're looking to work on our ball retention mostly and improve on our own play. Our setpieces have functioned well and we can pride ourselves on them because we have played against good teams and executed well in terms of setpieces. Our main job is we have to maintain possession and finish well." said Andola
"The guys are at least getting to see by themselves what they're training for and also getting to express themselves in terms of their talents. Should our execution come right then we should be able to get results." He added