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The team is a blend of youthful talent and experience consists Asha Nakityo (Thunderbirds), Beatrice Atim (Entebbe Sharks), Brenda Kayiyi (Black Panthers), Charlotte Mudoola (Black Panthers), Claire Anena (Black Panthers), Harriet Kayonjo (Thunderbirds), Helen Buteme (Thurrock T-birds), Hellen Gizamba (Black Panthers), Matilda Tino (Thunderbirds), Rachael Kakaire (Thunderbirds), Rosenberg Kanyunyuzi (Thunderbirds), Winnie Atyang (Thunderbirds) and Regina Athieno, perhaps Uganda’s answer to Carl Isles of the U.S. has form six exams at Hana Mixed School and will not be in the Lady Cranes rugby team which travels to Tunisia for a CAR tournament on April 20-21.
Athieno who was keen on making a name on the track at high school where she was a sprinter, swapped her spikes for rugby boots and has never looked back despite running for her school and Kampala District. It was a hard choice because her rugby competitions would clash with athletics.
Rugby also attracted Ugandan sprinter Justine Bayigga, who ran 100 and 200m and who went to represent Uganda at the Commonwealth Games.
Another former sprinter for Uganda youth and Uganda Universities over the same distances Emmanuella Oroma stopped running and started playing rugby in 2010.
She has since moved to Jinja and finds it difficult to commute to Kampala for training since there is no women’s rugby team in Jinja.
Oroma was in the Uganda team which travelled to Morocco last year while Bayigga represented Uganda at the IRB Women’s Rugby Sevens World Cup in Dubai in 2009.
Management has Anthony Kinene (Head Coach) Michael Wandera (Team manager/assistant coach ) and Joseph Kalanzi (Team doctor).