MAMBAS WARY

Black Mamba cautious ahead of clash with Makueni Bees

Fourth-placed Rangers are targeting maximum points against bottom-placed Gunners, Technical University of Kenya, Nanyuki and unbeaten Ulinzi side.

In Summary

• We have to be careful in our approach — Ochieng.

• Rangers have 24 points in 14 matches and will miss the services of defender Chemaswet Stephen, who is out with an injury.

 

Black Mamba's Paul Ondawa (Red) is blocked by Strathmore University's Rashid Momanyi (Blue) during a past Super Cup tie.
Black Mamba's Paul Ondawa (Red) is blocked by Strathmore University's Rashid Momanyi (Blue) during a past Super Cup tie.
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Black Mamba are banking on experience to get maximum points against  Makueni Bees this weekend.

The Kenya Handball Federation League regulars will not underrate their opponents. Coach Martin Ochieng said the Mbooni Boys High School team is aggressive and dangerous but urged caution against them.

"Makueni Bees are not a light team despite their age. They are young, energetic and boasts one of the best coaches, who enjoys working with them. We have to be careful in our approach but our experience should win the match for us. The players we have can change the mood and tempo of the game anytime."

His opponent, Gerald Juma said they are targeting to gain experience when they play such an experienced team.

The bees are targeting two wins in their four remaining matches. They play NCPB, Black Mamba, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology and University of Eldoret UOE Pippers.

Fourth-placed Rangers are targeting maximum points against bottom-placed Gunners, Technical University of Kenya, Nanyuki and unbeaten Ulinzi side.  Rangers have defied odds previously by beating Strathmore.