Delta Drone Claim Bragging Rights in Uganda

The Delta Drone Tuks Women’s Rugby team are in high spirits after winning the 2021 King of Rugby Africa University 7s in Uganda. Photo: Miche Pretorius (Instagram)

The Delta Drone Tuks Women’s Rugby team are in high spirits after winning the 2021 King of Rugby Africa University 7s in Uganda. 

The second instalment of the competition took place from 8-10 October 2021 at Makerere University in Kampala, where more than 400 athletes from the hosts Uganda, Kenya, Libya, South Africa and Zimbabwe, represented their countries. 

Tuks, led by coach Riaan van der Merwe and newly appointed captain, Sesihle Maguga, guided the university side to title victory after beating UJ and Makerere on two occasions. 

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UJ bagged the runners-up medal, while Makerere completed the top three.

The championship was used as a qualifier for the International University Sports Federation (FISU) University World Rugby Cup to be held in Kazan, Russia in 2022.

 

Photo 1 Caption: The Delta Drone Tuks Women’s Rugby team are in high spirits after winning the 2021 King of Rugby Africa University 7s in Uganda. Photo: Miche Pretorius (Instagram)

 

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