Defending Champions Black Pirates were 62-10 winners on the road to pummeling and petrifying a hapless Warriors outfit at the Kings Park on Saturday evening.
The home side were on the score board with fullback Haruna Muhammad scoring down below, but Wanyama missed the resultant extras. Warriors returned the favor in full force and were over for a try through Syrus Wathum after the hooker took advantage of sleepy defense. Owen Kinyera converted to put the Warriors in the lead 7-5. The rest of the half was a Pirates show with Timothy Kisiga, William Mucunguzi and Ivan Magomu all grabbing five pointers to go into the lead 24-10.
After the break, Musa Muwonge found space in a packed Warriors defense to score the first try of the second period and opened the flood gates. Kisiga Timothy followed suit, getting a try for Pirates, before Baron Kasozi, Brian Ochan, and Isaac Rujumba also got on the board. Syrus Wathum was later sent off for a high tackle on Raymond Emanzi with the winger gunning for a touch down, resulting into a penalty try. Richard Kinyai got Warriors only points of the second half with a penalty and at full time, Pirates were 62-10 winners.
At Kyadondo, after scoring the first points of the game, Buffaloes opened themselves up for destruction losing 38-05 against Kobs, with Kobs tries coming through Timothy Mudoola, Edgar Seruwagi, Ian Munyani(2), Faraji odugo and Conrad Mukwaya. Heathens kept Kobs in their sights with a commanding 40-07 win over Plascon Mongers in Entebbe. Rhinos and Rams played a very tight game, with the hosts (Rhinos) winning 18-17, while Hippos gained revenge on Barbarians winning 33-07 in Jinja at dam waters.