Uganda went through day one of the Confederation of African Rugby in Morocco with an un beaten record to remain in the hunt for the region’s qualification place at Rugby World Cup Sevens 2013.
Unfornatunately the team that could give us a run for our money Cameroon with drew from the competition easing our way past Zambia and Senegal.
Uganda’s women opened their campaign in Rabat with comfortable wins over Zimbabwe 12-5 and then Senegal
22-0 to top Pool D. Uganda, who created history by becoming the country’s first sporting team to qualify for a World Cup by reaching the inaugural Women’s Rugby World Cup Sevens in Dubai back in 2009, will now face Tunisia in the Cup semi finals on Today
Whoever claims the African title will become the 12th team confirmed for Rugb y World Cup Seven 2013 in Moscow. Champions Australia, runners-up New Zealand, South Africa, USA and hosts Russia qualified directly with England, Spain, France, Netherlands, Ireland and Canada joining them through the regional qualifiers.
The remaining places will be filled by the South American champions and three qualifiers from the Asian qualifier, which takes place in Pune, India, on 6-7 October. Fiji, the best placed team behind Australia and New Zealand in the Oceania Sevens, will play in the Asian qualifier.
CAR Women’s Sevens results
Tunisia 36-0 Zambia (Pool C)
Kenya 34-0 Morocco (Pool C)
Uganda 12-5 Zimbabwe (Pool D)
Senegal 7-5 Zimbabwe (Pool D)
Kenya 36-0 Zambia (Pool C)
Tunisia 32-0 Morocco (Pool C)
Uganda 22-0 Senegal (Pool D)
Tunisia 5-7 Kenya (Pool C)
Morocco 0-5 Zambia (Pool C)