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Rugby | Tunisia fall at the disciplinary hands of the Rugby Cranes

Rugby Cranes 78-17 Tunisia

It was a moment of no escape for the Tunisian national Rugby team from the disciplinary hands of the mighty Rugby cranes at Legends grounds Lugogo on saturday 15th July 2017 in the Africa Gold cup till the blow of the final whistle that saw Cranes counting 78 and Tunisia 17 points.

Rugby Cranes players like the Phillip Wokorach (man of the match with 31 points), Ivan Magomu, Mathias Ochwo, Alex Mubiru, Charles Uhuru, Pius Ogena and team captain Brian Odong put out a stunning performance to deliver Uganda’s second win of the campaign.

John Duncan’s boys dominated the first half with a great momentum, making a lead of 43-00 at the break into the second period half time with Tunisia failing to get a thing right in the opening 40 minutes to give no hope of a point from the game for the Tunis boys.

Zululand Rugby cranes manager, John Duncan and his muscular boys have Namibia next on the fixture on 22nd July and lastly Zimbabwe on 5th August 2017.

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Written by Kalema Lawrence

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