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Rugby cranes advance to the finals

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By our Reporter, Nantale Rebecca

The Rugby cranes have made it to the final of the 2022 Rugby Sevens world cup in South Africa after putting up a stellar performance against their rivals, Hong Kong.

The Ugandan squad overcame the Hong Kong with a 14-05 victory a difference of nine points.

Hong Kong side had a perfect start delivering the first try through Max Demark.

However the magnificent Ugandan team responded well through tries by Norbert Okeny and Adrien Kasito with Phillip Wokorach doing the conversions to secure victory for the Cranes sevens.

The win sent the Rugby cranes to the finals scheduled for Sunday, 10:36 am against Germany where they will be setting their eyes on a Rugby Sevens title in what is predicted to be a tight encounter.

In the three games played in the tournament so far,the Rugby cranes have registered two wins against Hong Kong and South Korea loosing only to Samoa in the opening encounter.

Sons of Kaguta will be looking forward to delivering another victory of the tournament when they face Germany tomorrow.

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REBECCA NANTALE
REBECCA NANTALE
Rebecca Nantale is an exceptional Journalism student at Nkumba University, known for her talent in photography, news writing, and reporting. With a keen eye for detail and a deep understanding of sports and beauty pageants, Rebecca is able to bring a unique perspective to her work, capturing the essence of the events and telling stories that resonate with audiences. She is a skilled communicator, able to convey complex information in a clear and concise manner, making her writing both informative and engaging. Rebecca is a dedicated and driven individual who is passionate about using her talents to make a positive impact in the field of journalism.
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