DusuPay Warriors, joint top of the log, are putting in final touches as they get ready to play Toyota Buffaloes in their last game of the year, and what should their toughest game thus far in the Uganda Rugby Premiership.
Warriors will play only their sixth game this season against Buffaloes as neither were in action last weekend. Warriors welcome Buffaloes, who after the opening day defeat to Heathens, have picked up four consecutive wins earning points that have put them level with defending champions, Black Pirates(18).
Warriors are having the time of their lives, finding themselves ahead of chasing park, only rubbing shoulders with Heathens, but as they get ready for Buffaloes, they know it will be their toughest test thus far.
“Honestly, I do not have my best foot forward. But the good thing is I have a group of lads who know what it means to play with Warriors,” said coach-player Gabriel Aredo.
A win for Warriors will keep them aloft of the chasing park as we head into the festive season.
“I lost about seven boys to the University sides that are playing in the East African Games, and we also lost our head coach, Ivan Makmot who is taking charge of Kyambogo University.”
Warriors are without Allan Omoding, Philip Muhoozi, Daniel Buule, Odinga Samuel, Simon Peter Nyeko, Ayebare Blaire, Aisu Moses and Tumusiime Moses in their player ranks, plus head coach Ivan Makmot.
Just like Warriors, Buffaloes lost a player to the East African games, that is Ali Hayder.
Game week 7:
Walukuba Barbarians Vs Hima Cement Heathens – Abel Dhaira Memorial Stadium – 4:30pm
Black Pirates Vs Betway Kobs – Kings Park – 4pm
DusuPay Warriors Vs Toyota Buffaloes – Legends – 4:30pm
Plascon Mongers Vs Shell Rimula Rhinos – House Of Pain – 4:30pm
Jinja Hippos Vs Rams – Dam Waters – 4:30pm