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Makerere target SMACK upset
Publish Date: Mar 21, 2014
Makerere target SMACK upset
Ronald Mutebi (center) talks to his troops during a recent match. Photo by Johnson Were
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By Johnson Were

U-19 category (Sunday)

London v Hana
Kololo v Kyambogo
Budo v Namilyango
Makerere v SMACK   
 

MAKERERE College School (MACOS) will host St. Mary’s College Kisubi (SMACK) determined to get their first win of the season in the ongoing Schools’ Rugby League.

Makerere who have lost all their last five games, end their preliminary fixtures on Sunday against SMACK which whipped them, 38-3 in the first leg in Kisubi.

However SMACK Coach Ronald Mutebi has said that he is not taking anything for granted and will field his best squad despite already qualifying for the knockout stages.

“We are through the knockout stages but we are fielding our best team and we are not taking anything for granted,” Mutebi stated.

A win for SMACK will keep them on top of Pool B and face the second placed team in Pool A which is likely to be Kololo Secondary School.

In Maya, defending champions Hana Mixed School face London College in one of the highly-billed fixtures while Kololo entertain Kyambogo College School at Kyadondo Rugby Ground.

Namilyango College visits King’s College Budo who held them to a goalless draw at home in the first leg in Seeta.

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