Impis fly-half Henry Nsekuye has urged his teammates to race out of the dugout on Tuesday with confidence and maintain their composure as they target their third win of the season against tough Buffaloes at Kyadondo in the Rugby Premiership.

Henry, who has gained form over the last couple of outings especially against Heathens on Saturday, that had him slot in a distant penalty at home despite an 11-62 loss, says victory is all the team should chase to increase their chances of survival in the league.

“It’ll definitely be a tight one for us,” he told Kawowo Sports. “But I think we can pull it off. Confidence and composure is what we need to be successful in this game. And, it can be achieved.”

The encounter is a game in hand for both sides following its postponement from the first round of the season. Nsekuye is out due to other engagements but Ssenabulya Patrick returns after impressing at home in Makerere. 

Ortega also makes the starting squad as well as influential Stallone Arinaitwe and skipper Emmanuel Katuntu. Kyomuhendo Twaha will only feature as replacement as well as regular Mbabazi Godwin.

Deputy Editor at Kawowo Sports. He is an aspiring Sport Psychologist.

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