After their pre-determined return to school’s rugby spheres, Hana International School were granted hosting rights to the second edition of the Schools 7s with Hana rugby 7s this year and all school participating will making the trip to Nsangi this Saturday.
#MondayMotivation After winning the first 7s edition at Kings College Budo beating Namilyango College 19-07 in the final, Hana Mixed International had their own version of a Haka to commemorate the win #KratosRugby pic.twitter.com/71TBFwTG31
— Kratos Sports Rugby (@kratosrugby) June 10, 2019
It has been three years since Hana took part in Schools rugby and this is a way to bring back the game into the school as coach Onen Charles iterates.
“It was in the plan to bring the game back to the school,” said Coach Onen Charles.
Hana, who won the first edition of the schools 7s held at Kings College Budo, go into the second weekend with a lead on the chasing schools, with Namilyango College languishing in second, while Kings College Budo first and second teams occupy third and fourth respectively.
On top of the 7 schools that took part in the opening circuit, Light Academy join the fray at Hana, in trying to unsettle them.
Weatherhead is Kings College Budo’s second team, as Tigons is Namilyango College’s second team.
Budo 7s Trylights – watch here