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Schools Rugby League starts Sunday
Publish Date: Feb 12, 2014
Schools Rugby League starts Sunday
Namilyango in yellow takes on Hana Mixed during the schools final last year. Photo by Johnson Were
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By Johnson Were

Super Division Fixtures

Pool A: Hana Mixed, Kyambogo College, London College and Kololo SS.

Pool B: Namilyango College, SMACK, Budo and Makerere College.

 Hana School v London College

Kyambogo v Kololo SS

Namilyango College v King's College Budo

SMACK v Makerere College

HANA Mixed School starts its rugby league title defence against London College on Sunday but their major focus this year will be the East African schools title with Games due in Dar es Salaam this August.

Hana coach Robert Sseguya having a team talk with his players at half time. Photo by Johnson Were

Hana hosts London College in Nsangi while Kyambogo College takes on Kololo Secondary School at Kyadondo Rugby Club while former champions Namilyango College host traditional rivals Kings College Budo.

St. Mary’s College Kisubi will host Makerere College School.

The schools rugby league will also have the nationwide league played at regional level among developing schools in the regions of Jinja, Northern, Eastern central, Midlands and Western.

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