Friday Apr 26, 2019. 15:00
Kenya under-15 national team jetted back into the country this week from Spain where the team took part in the Mediterranean International Cup’s U16 Category.
The team posted mixed results, bowing out in the quarterfinals of the competition’s consolation stage at the hands of French side ASM Belfortaine.
Kenya U15 coach David Ouma believes that his charges gained some experience which is good for their development.
“This was a very positive outing for us. Getting three wins against some of the best academies in Europe is no mean feat.
"The experience was also good for the development of the players,” said Ouma.
“Now we are back and we have a chance to better our strengths and work on our weaknesses,” he added.
The team is put up on a homeschooling program at the Federation’s National Center of Excellence.
Focus now shifts to the FKF Elite League where the team currently sits top of the table.