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Schools renew rivalry in the national sevens circuit

By Johnson Were

Added 30th June 2018 04:55 PM

Without of the contest, SMACK after failing to register, Namilyango looks foward for a challenge against Makerere College and Budo as their main.

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Without of the contest, SMACK after failing to register, Namilyango looks foward for a challenge against Makerere College and Budo as their main.

PIC: Makerere College player with the ball (in blue) tackled by the Light Academy player during the Rugby schools league.(Credit: Johnson Were)

RUGBY

National Sevens circuit

Pool A:

Budo, Makerere College A, Weather Head and Cream Land

Pool B:

Green Hill, Makerere College B, Vienna College and Trinity High School.

Pool C:

Light College, Namilyango and Merryland.

PooL D:

London College A, Tigon and London College B.

 

SEETA - Rugby 7s power house St.Mary’s College Kisubi (SMACK) will be missing action on Sunday July 1,2018 when schools renew their rivalry in the National Sevens circuit at Namilyango College in Seeta.


Without of the contest, SMACK after failing to  register, Namilyango looks foward for a challenge against Makerere College and Budo as their main.

Makerere college coach, Richard Lumu is optimistic his can revenge Namilyango defeat in the 15s version of the sport early this year.

“We are ready, we have been training and I think the boys are good shape to put up a fight,” Lumu said.

He explained that his boys are determined to become a rugby powerhouse and he is confidence they will make it.

Makerere College is in pool A alongside Weatherhead secondary school, Budo secondary and St.Lawrence Creamland.


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