Wokorach helped himself to three of Uganda’s 12 tries
Charles Uhuru (two tries), Brian Odongo, Ivan Magomu, James Odongo, Pius Ogena, Michael Okorach and half centurions Alex Mubiru, Mathias Ochwo also got in on the massive try-feast. Kevin Makmot also got two points, after Wokorach handed him the baton for the conversion of Uganda’s final try.
As anticipated, this Tunisian team were no match for their hosts, who opened the floodgates very early on with Wokorach’s 1oth minute try. Tunisian rugby is not in its finest hour, with their first team having gone on strike against the Tunisian Rugby Federation, leaving their young understudies to be thrown into the fiery cauldron of the Gold Cup.
“Namibia is a different game and we will prepare for it but now I am happy with win,” said Rugby Cranes coach John Duncan post-match. “Scoring 78 points in a game is never easy.”