St Mary’s College Kisubi (SMACK) subjected Light Academy to a 39-07 beating on Sunday to ensure a clean sweep of the group with four wins from four games.
SMACK started the rampage early after vice captain Calvin found space for Muyinza Steven, with the latter dotting down next to the posts. Mumpe converted to give SMACK a perfect 7-0 lead. The visitors were in again after Aaron Ongom ran on the wing to score SMACK’s second. SMACK’s concetrations lapsed for a moment and Light Academy exectuited a quick line out finding Bakhit who made his way through the SMACK defense bfore finding Ekeu Robert to score for the hosts. Muhaise Hamza converted to give Light Academy a perfect score too, and put the game at 12-07. The visitors scored two more tries in the first period through center and winger Akampurira Plan and Genza respectively.
The second period started like the first and this saw Akampurira grab his second try, captain Ahumuza Chekie bundle over and Rajet score for the visitors to end the game 39-07. Akampurira was named Britam insurance Man Of The Match after the attacking dominance he put in.
“It was supposed to be an easy game and we showed that, I am glad for the win,” said SMACK’s Akampurira Plan.
“I am sad they breached our record, and got to score a try. That means we have to work hard in the semis and make sure we don’t concede a try again,” said SMACK Captain Ahumuza Chekie.
SMACK will face King’s College Budo in the semifinal, who beat London College 09-00 in the other game played today, with the latter failing to make the knockouts.
U15: London College 00-03 Kings College Budo
Light Academy 00-05 St Mary’s College Kisubi
U17: London College 06-08 Kings College Budo
Light Academy 05-12 St Mary’s College Kisubi
U20: London College 00-09 Kings College Budo
Light Academy 07-39 St Mary’s College Kisubi