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Bones set to crack in East African battle of veterans

by James Kavuma
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Kyadondo Rugby Club will tomorrow play host to the clash between Ugandan veterans and their Kenyan counterparts.

Whatever happens on Saturday, we just have to make sure that the medical teams are situated in every corner of the pitch.

Why? East Africa’s finest veterans will dust off their boots and tussle it out in what’s expected to be the curtain-raiser of the international season.

Former Uganda captains Michael Wokorach and Allan Musoke have been seen in Rugby Cranes stripes trying to stretch their muscles and get ready for the showdown against the Kenyans.

Revellers will be sure to catch Brain Tabaruka, Alex “Musava” Mubiru, Zeno Owora, Dennis Etuket, Omuna, Muhammad Athiyo, Pirates Chairperson Daniel Canowira, and a lot more.

The stars of Uganda from yesteryears will also have the newly elected VP Commercial and member of parliament Oulanya Andrew.

Across the pitch, will be the recipients of soup headlined by the presence of Andrew Amonde, Sevens Legend Humphrey Kayange, Leonard K’Opondo, and Alvin Asego.

The list has more players who enjoyed their various battles with the Rugby Cranes in the 7-a-side and 15-a-side formats of the game.

There’s nothing friendly between Uganda and Kenya and all the lads selected on either side will be aiming to carry their nations’ pride deep within the shirts and badges they’ll represent.

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