Uganda Rugby Cranes set to kick starts preparations for busy window as their head coach continues to battle Cancer
Rugby Cranes coach Robert Seguya (L) | Courtesy photo

Uganda Rugby Cranes set to kick starts preparations for busy window as their head coach continues to battle Cancer

Ahead of the forth coming international engagements, Uganda Rugby Union confirmed Saturday 22nd May 2021 as the date for the national rugby 15s team to start training.

Uganda will start with Ghana and Algeria in July before locking hones with rivals Kenya in the Elgon Cup.

A 72-man squad that includes England based duo of David Patrick Ntambazi and Samuel Wamala has been summoned by interim coach Brian Makalama who has been deputizing ailing coach Robert Seguya.

The training will be conducted at the Kyadondo rugby grounds.

THE FULL SUMMONED SQUAD

Collins Kimbowa, Saul Kivumbi, Brian Odongo, Karim Arinaitwe, Daudi Ssemwami, Conrad Mukwaya, Alhaji Manano, Justin Kimono Edgar Seruwagi, Derrick Tukwasibwe, James Ijongat, Josiah Ssempeke, Aaron Jurua, Brian Asaba, Arthur Mpande,Emmanuel Ecodu, Robert Aziku, Jude Juuko, Travor Maina, Faragi Odugo, and Wilobo Mukili from Kobs.

Haruna Muhamed, Timothy Kisiga, Timothy Odongo,Ivan Magomu, Conrad Magomu, Stephen Alul, Isaac Rujumba, Moses Ziwa, Sydney Gongodyo, Frank Kidedega, Abel Agum, Sunday Junguar, Nathan Bwambale, Keneth Matovu and Ivan Kabagambe from Pirates.

Zachariah Bol, Daniel Nshiyimana,Allan Alango, Francis Mukundane, and Steven Kinyera from Rhinos.

Mark Omoding of Harleguins, Morgan Odoch, and David Agassi of Buffaloes.

Eliphaz Emong, Aziz Bagalana, Denis Etwau, Maxwell Ebonga, Tawfiq Bagalana, Charles Tomusange, James Okello, Jacob Ocen, Peter Bisaso and Sean Mubiru of Hippos.

Claude Otema, Innocent Gwokto, Jordan Bongomin, Paul Epilo, Scott Oluoch, Aziz Khan, Ronald Kanyanya, Santos Ssenteza of Heathens.

Edger Kairu, Andrew oleny, Joachim Chissano and Brian Oroma of Mongers.

David Patrick Ntambazi Semu and Samuel Wamala of Eton manor RFC, England Nicholas Kato from Mwamba RFC in addition to Spencer Muhiirwe and Amos Assimwe from Impis RFC.

By Fredrick Kalyango

Twitter: @KalyangoFredri3

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