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Kratos Player Profile : Henry Nsekuye’s journey thus far

Kratos Player Profile : Henry Nsekuye’s journey thus far

Name : Henry Nsekuye Weight : 75 kg Height : 5’8 ft Club : Impis RFC Leadership roles• Junior Sports Prefect, Ntare School• Senior Sports Prefect, Ntare School• Rugby Captain, Ntare School• Chairman, Makerere University Games Union• Minister for Sports, Makerere University • Student Representative, Federation of Africa University Sports• Ambassador, International University Sports Federation National engagements : National Team Call Up – 2015 Early life (Background) Henry was born and raised […]

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Black Pearls setting standards for women’s rugby in Uganda

Black Pearls setting standards for women’s rugby in Uganda

Earlier this week, the buzz around the media was that of the new threads acquired by Black Pearls Rugby Club. Not the oldest of teams in the Uganda women’s format of the game but one that can be identified by their exciting brand of rugby. A team that has disrupted the dominion of traditional sides; […]

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Kratos Player Profile : Impis rising star Tasiku Jerome

Kratos Player Profile : Impis rising star Tasiku Jerome

Name: Tasiku Aviruku Jerome Nickname: T.J Weight: 72 kgs Height: 171 cm Current club: Impis Rugby club National engagements: none Background Jerome Tasiku is part of a very passionate Impis set up that has won the hearts of many this season. He is a Ugandan aged 24 from Moyo district, currently residing in Nakuwadde (Wakiso […]

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Corona pandemic exposes unsustainable Uganda rugby model

Corona pandemic exposes unsustainable Uganda rugby model

It’s been a minute since we shared some letters to the rugby fans in this COVID season but fortunately the column is back stronger than ever. Today’s writer chooses to remain anonymous but the issues raised in here are those we shouldn’t ignore anymore. I won’t keep you waiting any longer- Dive in…… The corona […]

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Random rugby thoughts from the Easter holiday

Random rugby thoughts from the Easter holiday

In our second segment of letters to rugby lovers, the platform is still firmly gripped by Emmanuel Okot. A man that has played most of his rugby with Uganda Christian University. Something very intriguing is in preparation for next week but yet again, we indulge you with various random thoughts from what is arguably the […]

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Kratos Player Profile : The in-form William Nkore

Kratos Player Profile : The in-form William Nkore

Name : Nkore WilliamWeight : 78.6KGSHeight : 5’10Club : Stanbic Black PiratesLeadership roles : Occasionally taking up the role of assistant captain at Pirates.National engagements : World challenger sevens series 2020 in South America, Safari 7s at both academy and senior team levels. Early life William was born and raised in a family of 4 […]

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The fate of Uganda’s rugby league – post lockdown

The fate of Uganda’s rugby league – post lockdown

I think I speak with great authority for the majority when I say that due to this Corona pandemic, the Uganda Rugby Lockdown is a mind-numbing pain. Regardless, we have to find a way to cope – doing the things we love. We introduce a new column where the Uganda rugby faithful share their thoughts […]

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Kratos Player profile : Isaac Rujumba

Kratos Player profile : Isaac Rujumba

Name : Rujumba Isaac Position : Flanker / centre Weight : 95kgs Height : 6″2 Club : Stanbic Black Pirates Leadership roles : In charge of development and schools engagement Rugby journey Isaac Rujumba first played rugby in S.1 at King’s College Budo, before moving to Turkish Light Academy where he introduced the game to […]

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The Uganda rugby community speaks out on the corona pandemic

Corona Virus

The Uganda rugby community speaks out on the corona pandemic

The Uganda Rugby community has felt the impact of the Corona pandemic. Coronavirus has had the entire world at a standstill. Events, leagues, businesses, and rugby tournaments have all ceased for the foreseeable future because of what’s going on. With the measures put in place by the world health organization and the ministry of health; […]

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