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Explosive start to rugby league

By Vision Reporter

Added 24th February 2007 03:00 AM

CHAMPIONS uganda telecom Kobs are favourites, but they must first pass the Hima Impis test when the Bell Lager league kicks-off today.

CHAMPIONS uganda telecom Kobs are favourites, but they must first pass the Hima Impis test when the Bell Lager league kicks-off today.

By Ronnie Kintu

Bell league fixtures
Kampala
Kobs v Impis
Boks v S. Kamp
Kyadondo
Heathens v Rhinos
Buffaloes v Pirates
Saracens v Sailors
Jinja
Nile v Rams
Entebbe
Mongers v Impis II

CHAMPIONS uganda telecom Kobs are favourites, but they must first pass the Hima Impis test when the Bell Lager league kicks-off today.

Captain Timothy Mudoola has warned his experienced pack of players not to be complacent.

“I believe no team will have a smooth run this season but as Kobs, we shall take every game serious, apply our strategies accordingly and always aim at bringing victories home,” Mudoola remarked.

After a relatively poor show of the forwards during the Chairman’s Cup last Saturday, Fred Mudoola, Adrian Bukenya and Patrick Anguyo are expected to show the Makerere students some classic rugby and secure a winning start to the league.

Kobs boast of a blend of outstanding players on the national team in Simon Wakabi, Victor Wadia, Edmond Tumusiime and Allan Musoke among others.

Focus will also be on new signing Allan Matsiko and youngster Joel Anguyo as they take to the field for the first time.

Makerere Impis has many new faces. They will pray that they avoid a baptism of fire as they try out new combinations.

At Kyadondo, captain Brain Tabaruka will have to prove he has the potential to revive MTN Heathens’ lost glory. Heathens take on Rhinos that sent an early season warning by beating Pirates 18-3 last Saturday.

Newcomers Nile RC and Summerkampers will also show fans what they have in store.
Jinja based Nile will host Rams while the Summerkampers will test Boks at the Kampala rugby club grounds.

Explosive start to rugby league

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