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Mongers stand in Kobs way

By Johnson Were

Added 21st February 2019 04:58 PM

The Pirates’ team skipper Ivan Magomu has cautioned his charges against complacency saying Walukuba is a wounded lion and shall cause an upset to any team if not careful.

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A Stanbic Pirates player breaks through the Walukuba defence during their Nile Special Premier Rugby League game in Bweyogerere. PHOTO: Johnson Were

The Pirates’ team skipper Ivan Magomu has cautioned his charges against complacency saying Walukuba is a wounded lion and shall cause an upset to any team if not careful.

 
Nile Special Premier Rugby League fixtures
 
Friday in Bweyogerere
 
Black Pirates v Jinja Hippos,4.30pm
 
Saturday at Legends
 
Dusupay Warriors v Rams,12.30pm
 
Shell Rimula Rhinos v Hima Cement Heathens,2.30pm
 
Betway Kobs v Mongers, 4.30pm
 
In Jinja
 
Walukuba v Buffaloes,4.30
 
Despite being ruled out of the Nile Special Premier Rugby League title contention, the Stanbic Black Pirates cannot afford another defeat.
 
The Pirates’ team skipper Ivan Magomu has cautioned his charges against complacency saying Walukuba is a wounded lion and shall cause an upset to any team if not careful.
 
“I know we let it go against Heathens, but we are not losing any more game. We must step up our fight and win all the remaining fixtures,” Magomu said.
 
Pirates are third in the league behind table leaders Kobs and second-placed Hima Cement Heathens.
 
In the other games, Dusupay Warriors host Mulago Rams in a must-win fixture, the Betway Kobs host Mongers and Heathens visit Shell Rimula Rhinos with all games being played at Legends Rugby Club starting at 12.30pm.

 

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