Jinja Hippos have continued to excel in this season’s rugby league
after defeating Mulago Rams RFC with 30-0. This was during their sixth game
played at the Jinja based Dam waters stadium on Saturday.
Hippos is the only rugby club outside central Uganda that has
maintained its’ presence in the country’s top tier league for two consecutive
seasons and players hope that, with hard work, they are capable of winning this
Hippos Head Coach Robert Sseguya says that all their games and
training sessions are recorded on video to easily conduct frequent game
reviews, as a means of enabling individual players to reflect on their mistakes
on the pitch which in turn aid them to exhibit better performance.
Sseguya who also doubles as the Uganda National Rugby Union team
head coach is slated to faceoff with Kobs next week. He however promised to
train the boys better and encourage them to showcase a positive mindset, which
will enable them to triumph over the top league clubs during the four remaining
games of the season.
//cue in: “the team bonding…
Cue out…ahead of us,”.
Meanwhile, Rams captain, Shakur Saaka blames their loss on arriving late at the
pitch and the absence of their key player, Daniel Kateraga.