Uganda Rugby 7s Set For Solidarity Camp in South Africa

The Uganda rugby 7s team will be taking part in the upcoming Solidarity Camp organized by Rugby Africa in South Africa (Stellenbosch) in May.

The men’s camp will feature Kenya, Zimbabwe, Uganda and South Africa due May 6-16.

Uganda, just like Zimbabwe, are two teams of the four yet to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

Uganda, will hence use the camp to prepare for the Repechage tournament in Monaco in June.

The final team to South Africa will be announced on Monday, Uganda Rugby Union has confirmed.

Seventeen (17) players on the Uganda Rugby 7s team have been in training camp.

These are Michael Wokorach, Philip Wokorach, Jordan Bongomin, Adrian Kasito, Timothy Kisiga, Ian Munyani, Aaron Ofoywroth, Desire Ayera, James Odongo, Solomon Okia, Nobert Okeny, Byron Oketayot, Pius Ogena, Levis Ochen, Isaac Massanganzira, Kelvin Balagadde and Joseph Aredo.

The trip to South Africa comes on the back of Uganda’s participation in the Emirates Invitational Rugby Sevens tournament earlier this Month in Dubai.

Brian Kawalya

Brian Kawalya

Chief Sports Writer
Brian Kawalya is an Award winning Journalist, Director and Chief Sports Writer of The-SportsNation, covering top events and breaking some of the biggest stories.
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