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Uganda Rugby Union Welcomes World Rugby Campaign Dubbed “Women In Rugby Campaign

The Uganda Rugby Union has welcomed World Rugby campaign dubbed “Women in Rugby Global Marketing Campaign” that was launched on Tuesday 21st May, 2019 at its headquarters in Dublin.

“In tandem with World Rugby campaign launched yesterday ‘Women in Rugby’ brand identity and landmark global campaign ‘Try and Stop Us’ that is aimed at “driving increased participation and engagement among fans, audiences, players and investors in the women’s game, development and consolidation of Women Rugby in Uganda is our key focal point with a vision to see a self-sustaining women’s rugby and a good global ranking,” Godwin Kayangwe URU President said.

He said Women in Uganda Rugby will have equity going forward, this can be witnessed by the increased representation of women on our new executive, equal participation in strategy, planning and structures.

The ladies in Uganda are highly involved in rugby starting with students from various regions in schools being introduced to tag rugby. The children in the community are also engaged in tournaments to help them grow their skills in rugby. We have registered success from ladies rugby like participating in international tournaments like Rugby World Cup 7s, Hong Kong 7s,  etc.

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