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Uganda Women’s Sevens Team Falls Short of World Cup Qualification, But Finishes Fourth in Tunisia

by John Kityo Kalira
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The Uganda Women’s Sevens team traveled to Jemmal, Tunisia with the goal of qualifying for the World Cup.

The team, led by captain Mary Gloria Ayot, won two games in the pool stage against Zambia and Kenya, and another in the quarterfinals against Zimbabwe.

However, they lost to Madagascar in the semifinals and Tunisia in the third-place match.

The team’s fourth-place finish is their best result ever at the Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens tournament.

The team’s performance is a sign of progress, and they will be looking to build on this success in the future.

Key Takeaways

  • Uganda Women’s Sevens team finishes fourth in Tunisia, their best result ever at the Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens tournament.
  • Team falls short of World Cup qualification, losing to Madagascar in the semifinals and Tunisia in the third-place match.
  • Team’s performance is a sign of progress, and they will be looking to build on this success in the future.

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