Black Pearls, the blue whales win the 7 women



Black Pearls, the blue whales win the 7 women

We have worked a lot to prepare as a team, our coach and management

KAMPALA, Uganda, October 14, 2021 / APO Group / –

The 7 women from the central region in Uganda resumed with the Black Pearls hosting the first circuit at Kings Park Arena in Bweyogerere.

Avengers, Black Pearls and Thunderbirds took part in Level A matches while Blue Whales, Black Opals, Lady Swans, Black Diamonds, Lady Pacers and Ewes took part in Level B matches.

The Black Pearls emerged victorious for the day after beating the Thunderbirds (40-5) and the Avengers (19-7). In the junior category, the Blue Whales beat the Black Diamonds in a tight score (14-15)

Quote from Beatrice, responsible for the development of women’s rugby.

The confirmation of participating in the 7 was a clear indication that the teams missed games. The level of competition of all the teams was breathtaking, a big improvement from the B-level teams as there was a better understanding of the game. Women’s rugby is about to enter more women’s teams participating in all of our local matches. , thus creating a large pool for the selection of national players.

Golden Shoe Winners Quote

The victory is attributed to hard work and teamwork. We have worked a lot to prepare our team, our coach and the management. »- Charlotte Mudoola, winner of the Golden Shoe

The Thunderbirds will welcome the next 7 women from the central region on the Kyadondo rugby fields on October 17, 2021 with Black Pearls, Avengers, Mbale Eagles, Thunderbirds, Blue Whales, Black Opals, Entebbe Lady Swans, Ewes, Kisubi lady Pacers, AQRA and Black Diamonds.

The winners of the circuit hosted by Black Pearls.

Top Scorers Level A-Emily Lekuru (Black Pearls) Level B-Nakato Mary (Black Diamonds)

Gold Boots Tier A-Charlotte Mudoola (Black Pearls) Tier B-Bushira Namutebi (Black Diamonds)

MVP Tier A-Nakato Mary (Black Diamonds) Tier B-Auma Grace (Black Pearls)

Winners of the circuit Tier A -Blackpearls Tier B -Bluewhales

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