Namilyango College beat Hana International 10-05 in the finale of the Namilyango 7s to win their second edition and go 2-1 in the lead in the schools series.
Namilyango College did win their semi-final against their B team (Tigons) to set up a third series finale against Hana international who beat Kings College Budo’s A Team.
Namilyango struck first in the finale but a failed conversion kick almost proved costly when they got a player sent to the bin, and Hana took advantage and scored a try of their own. Hana failed to convert and sent the game into a 5-5 break. Namilyango’s blushes were saved when they scored down the try area at the death of the game to win 10-05.
“We were to work for the win, and I am just glad that in the end, the boys got the structure together and we got the win,” said Namilyango College’s captain Gavin Mutara.
Past to present/future. It got more than personal for @KobsrugbyUg 's @aredo_jo in this post match interview with Namilyango College's skipper Gvin Mutara after besting Hana 10-05 in the #Namilyango7s final pic.twitter.com/i7b116AOGa
— Kratos Sports Rugby (@kratosrugby) June 24, 2019
Namilyango 7s Round-up:
Hana International 26-00 Creamland
Budo 7-0 Vienna
Greenhill 5-14 London College
Weatherhead 12-00 Creamland
Namilyango 15-00 Greenhill
Tigons 26-00 Vienna
Hana International 19-00 Weatherhead
Namilyango 28-00 London College
Budo 14-07 Tigons
Namilyango 26-00 Vienna
Hana 17-00 Greenhill
Budo 12-07 London College
Tigons 19-10 Weatherhead
London College 19-07 Greenhill
Vienna 14-00 Weatherhead
Namilyango 32-07 Tigons
Hana International 14-00 Budo
7th Place Playoff:
Weatherhead 5-0 Greenhill
5th Place Playoff:
London College 14-07 Vienna College
Tigons 14-21 Kings College Budo
Namilyango College 10-05 Hana International