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Rugby: Brian Makalama names 28 man squad for Rugby Africa

The Uganda Cranes Rugby head coach Brian Makalama has today's morning named his squad for the 2021 Rugby Africa Cup. The Rugby Cranes will play their first game on Saturday 10th July 2021 against Ghana at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds at 3:00 pm. Selected 28-man squad. 1. Santos Ssenteza (Heathens) 2.

Kasumba wins Sportpesa player of the month

Ugandan lanky forward Umar Kasumba clinched Sportpesa player of the month in the Kenyan Premier League for the second time in a season. The Tusker football club striker Kasumba scored seven goals in the month of April that kept his team in stiff competition with champions Gor Mahia. In the month of

Rugby Cranes team for Hong Kong Sevens named.

Coach Tolbert Onyango has named a 12-man rugby Cranes team to feature at the 2019 HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series qualifiers in Hong Kong scheduled for April 5-7. Uganda finished third at the African Sevens last year to qualify for the much revered Hong Kong sevens. However, the summoned squad is dominated

Joseph ¬†Aredo stars as Kobs end Heathen’s unbeaten run

Joseph Aredo put up a man of the match shift by kicking in 13 points to jolt Betway Kobs past arch rivals Hima Cement Heathens 26-21 at Legends- ending the latter's proud unbeaten run. The dicey affair started in high gear with both sides showing sheer intent. Both sides scored penalties inside

Rugby League: Stanbic Black Pirates batter Dusupay Warriors

Rugby League: Saturday Results Warriors 05-48 Pirates Kobs 49-20 Buffaloes Heathens 16-00 Mongers Stanbic Bank Black Pirates ended Dusupay Warriors unbeaten start to the 2018-19 National Rugby League season with a superb performance on Saturday. The Pirates ran in eight tries to secure a 48-05 win at Legends against hapless Warriors who