•Shujaa currently lie eight on the standings with 22 points and with the World Sevens Series reverting to a 16 team format the Nakuru winger said there is room for error going forward to the end of the season
•Kenya face Canada , Wales and a resurgent France in pool D in Malaga and Oyoo expects a competitive pool.
Kenya Sevens skipper Nelson Oyoo believes the team have to minimise errors at the upcoming two legs of the World Seven Series in Malaga this weekend.
The team left the country on Monday for Spain. Oyoo said they have learnt from the errors in the two opening tournaments in Dubai in November.
"We had a thorough review when we came back looking at our kickoffs, transition in defence our attack shape, kickoff and I believe we will be better in Spain,” said Oyoo.
Shujaa currently lie eighth on the standings with 22 points and with the World Sevens Series reverting to a 16-team format the Nakuru winger said there is room for error going forward to the end of the season.
“We are back to a normal tournament with four pools of four and so it requires us to win at least two matches to advance to the main cup quarter-finals,” added Oyoo.
Kenya face Canada, Wales and a resurgent France in Pool D in Malaga and Oyoo expects a competitive group.
"We know what to expect from a young Canadian side, who pushed us quite close in Dubai. Wales are returning to the circuit while France have proved to be a headache for teams,” said Oyoo.
Oyoo, one of the experienced members of the squad, said competition for places in the team has been intense.
“It's been tough. Everyone wants to be in the travelling party and it brings out the best in us," he concluded.