The Uganda Rugby Cranes defeated Zimbabwe 26-0 to win the African Rugby Sevens tournament at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds in Kampala and also qualified for the Rugby World Cup that will be held in South Africa. Uganda will be joined by Kenya and Zimbabwe.
Uganda beat our friendly noisy neighbours Kenya 22-12 in a mouthwatering semi-final. The Uganda Rugby Cranes won all their games during the two day colourful event that was thronged by hundred of Ugandan and visiting supporters .
Uganda has also since qualified for the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games, joining Kenya, which had already qualified. The competition was held after a two-year absence due to a battering Covid -19 pandemic . It was last played in 2019.
Rugby Crane captain Micheal Wokorach thanked his teammates for fighting for the Ugandan flag. “We have made it. We have qualified for the Commonwealth and World Cup. The victory has shown that Uganda is a strong team. Every player has fought hard to make sure we win. I thank my fellow players for that heart,” Micheal Wokorach stated after the finals.
Uganda Rugby Union entered into a partnership with Uganda’s automakers Kiira Motors Corporation and visiting teams and including international match officials enjoyed the premium zero emission low floor city bus -the fully electric Kayoola EVs which offered shuttle services between the rugby grounds at Kyadondo and the teams’ hotel in Munyonyo.
Some of the Kiira Motors products now on the market include the much famed Kayoola EVs – the fully electric buses and the Kayoola Diesel Coaches (KDC).
Do you want to buy a locally made durable bus (both electric and diesel ) please contact kiira motors Corporation at their home in Ntinda, Kampala Uganda.
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