Blue Whales and Black Pearls take control again in round two of the central region’s women’s 10s

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By Ali Mutanje

alimitanje4@gmail.com 

Round two tournament was hosted at the Kings Park Stadium in Bweyogerere by Black Pearls and their development side Black Diamonds. Teenage mothers and Child Support Foundation was a part of it to raise awareness on teenage pregnancy and child mothers in Bweyogerere and neighboring areas. 

The first round of this tournament was dominated by Blue whales and Black Pearls and there was no difference in the second tournament except the delay in the kick off time because of the heavy rains on Sunday evening. The presence of a handful of fans was a sight for sore eyes and the high intensity rugby on display made it more entertaining to watch. 

Black Pearls who are in Tier one won against the Thunderbirds and Avengers. In other results Avengers beat Thunderbirds 10-15. 

Blue Whales dominated Tier two again avoiding defeat in all four matches against Ewes, Lady Swans who put up a good fight, Acholi Quarters Rugby Club (AQRA)  and Black Diamonds. 

The third and final round will be next weekend by Avengers at Entebbe Ss playgrounds. 

Tier 1 Results: 

Black Pearls 15-05 Avengers

Avengers 10-05 Thunderbirds

Thunderbirds 00-19 Black Pearls

Charlotte Theresa Mudoola of Black Pearls  was the top try scorer winning the Golden boot for the day. 

Peace Lekuru of Avengers won the Most Valuable Player accolade. 

Tier 2 Results:

Lady Swans 12-07 Black Diamonds

Ewes 00-35 Blue Whales

Blue Whales 05-00 Lady Swans

Black Diamonds 27-00 AQRA

AQRA 00-34 Blue Whales

Lady Swans 20-05 Ewes

Blue Whales 15-10 Black Diamonds

Ewes 12-07 AQRA

Black Diamonds 12-00 Ewes

AQRA 00-29 Lady Swans

Bushira Namutebi of Black Diamonds won the Golden boot for the day.

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