TOP
Monday,August 10,2020 19:36 PM

Mongers to battle Rhinos in home test

By Vision Reporter

Added 23rd January 2010 03:00 AM

ENTEBBE Mongers ground has been dubbed the ‘House of Pain’ but they should not expect a feeble Rhinos side that they whipped home and away last season.

ENTEBBE Mongers ground has been dubbed the ‘House of Pain’ but they should not expect a feeble Rhinos side that they whipped home and away last season.

By Douglas Mazune

ENTEBBE Mongers ground has been dubbed the ‘House of Pain’ but they should not expect a feeble Rhinos side that they whipped home and away last season.

Rhinos showed remarkable improvement in their 32-0 defeat to giants uganda telecom Kobs last Saturday and now have a realistic chance to register an early Nile Special Rugby Premier League victory in Entebbe today.

Rhinos who made an impression at Kampala club are expected to measure up to the Mongers’ challenge.

Cranes captain John Musoke who is back from a long injury layoff and Bonny Morow, have blended well with the youngsters making Rhinos a decent side.

But Mongers who have even tormented the giants of Ugandan rugby in Entebbe are in buoyant mood.

“We are going to show the nation this season that we play the best rugby and no team shall stand in our way,” Mongers team manager Tony Tee warned. “We are hungry for trophies than ever before. Rhinos should not expect mercy from the ‘House of Pain.’

At Kyadondo, champions MTN Heathens will take on minnows Nile in what is expected to be the usual lopsided affair.

G4S Pirates coming off a hard fought 32-10 victory over Nile in Jinja last Saturday face Toyota Buffaloes at Kampala Club.

Kobs will take a break this weekend. They will be back in action next Saturday.

Mongers to battle Rhinos in home test

Related articles

More From The Author

More From The Author