She Wolves roar to second triumph in Uganda’s National women’s rugby league

She Wolves roar to second triumph in Uganda’s National women’s rugby league

By Masejele Sulaiman

In a stellar display of skill, determination, and teamwork, the She Wolves rugby team secured their second consecutive victory in the National Women’s Rugby League, cementing their status as a formidable force in the competition.

Makhonge Mary Dalia was named the Most Valuable Player

The match, filled with intensity and fervor, saw the She Wolves dominating from the outset. Their offensive strategy was well-executed, and the players showcased exceptional ball-handling skills, strategic plays, and cohesive teamwork that left their opponents Panthers struggling to counter their onslaught a match Played at Busamaga Playground on Saturday, February 24, 2024, dominating the first half, leading 12-0.

The She Wolves’ formidable defense proved to be a significant asset as they thwarted every attempt by their opponents to breach their lines. The players demonstrated resilience and discipline, maintaining their composure even under pressure.

The scoreboard reflected the She Wolves’ dominance, with a series of well-earned tries and successful conversions contributing to their commanding lead with final score of 19-15, thanks to Agero Suzan and Nasimbwa Sumaya each scored a try, with Namalemba Habiba converting and Ajok Night sealing the win with a penalty try. Makhonge Mary Dalia was named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) for her standout performance.

The second victory in the National Women’s Rugby League not only solidified their position in the standings but also sent a powerful message to their competitors about their aspirations for the championship.

The coaching staff and players of the She Wolves will undoubtedly take pride in this accomplishment, building on the momentum of their consecutive victories as they set their sights on further success in the league. The fans, too, are reveling in the team’s stellar performances, creating an atmosphere of excitement and anticipation for the She Wolves’ upcoming fixtures.

In other matches of the week, the Thunderbirds triumphed over the Ewes with a score of 33-10, while the Black Pearls dominated the Nile Rapids with a commanding 77-5 victory.

Meanwhile, as the She Wolves celebrate their well-deserved triumph, the National Women’s Rugby League in Uganda continues to witness the emergence of a strong and competitive team, promising fans more thrilling moments on the rugby field. The She Wolves’ journey in the league is one that rugby enthusiasts across the country will be keenly following as they aim for continued success in the pursuit of the championship.

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