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In Nairobi, Kasito will lead Uganda’s hunt for Safari 7s.

Adrian Kasito, Uganda’s energetic Vice captain, is the focus of attention as the Safari 7s tournament approaches in Nairobi.

With considerable preparations completed at home, the team is perfectly equipped for their first appearance since finishing third at the Rugby Men’s Africa Cup in Zimbabwe.

Their united goal is to win the Safari Sevens and write another great chapter in their rugby odyssey.

Kasito, the 2021 Nile Special Rugby Player of the Year, has emerged as the pivotal figure in this spectacular story.

His unwavering consistency and instrumental role in steering Uganda’s qualification for the Commonwealth Games and 7s World Cup adds a layer of anticipation to this weekend’s showdown

Kasito’s spectacular last-minute try against Zimbabwe in 2018 served as a watershed milestone in their career.

“Our secret weapon is experience.””As we enter this tournament, our goal is to complete 90% of our tackles,” the soft-spoken Kasito stated.

“We’ll have a shout if we do that and execute on every set piece.” Our trainers have created the groundwork, and the team remains unwavering, even in the face of Nairobi’s tough conditions.”

The top seeds in this year’s Safari 7s are defending winners Shujaa and 2021 finalists Germany.

Shujaa will compete in Pool A against Red Wailers, Uganda, SA All Stars, and Tropic 7s.

Meanwhile, Germany leads Pool B, which is bordered by Morans, Samurai, KCB, and Western Province Select.

The Lionesses will lead the charge in the women’s competition, which will include a dynamic array of rivals including Uganda, TUKS 7s, Cubs, and Tropic 7s.

Fixtures for men

Uganda against. South Africa All Stars | 9:36 a.m.

Uganda vs. Red Wailers | 12:08 p.m.

Shujaa vs Uganda | 1:58 p.m.

Women’s games

8:30 a.m. | Uganda vs. Tropic 7s

| 11:04 a.m. Uganda vs. Lionesses

Uganda vs. Tuks | 3:46 p.m.

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