The Uganda Rugby Union will hold a meeting with clubs next week to discuss the fate of the season.
An earlier report in Newvision, quoting the Union’s Secretary Peter Odong, said that the League has been ended with Heathens declared champions.
“Its not true, nothing has been decided yet,” Robert Bwali, an official on the league committee has told The-SportsNation.
URU postponed all competitions on March 18 due to Covid19 pandemic.
With the lockdown partially lifted, President Museveni lifted a ban on Sports but with strict guidelines on resumption.
The strict guidelines, which include testing of players twice a month, means doubt has been cast on whether the league will have a natural ending.
“We have not released anything official. We are meeting the clubs next week on Wednesday to discuss and then we shall communicate to all,” Denise Bwaha Namale who works with the Uganda Rugby Union told The-SportsNation.
Most leagues in other sports disciplines in the country, including the Uganda Premier League (Football) were ended prematurely.
Heathens lead the log with 63 points followed by Betway Kobs and Black Pirates on 58 and 48 points respectively.
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