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Simbas promise good result against Uganda

Kenya is hopeful of beating Uganda in their upcoming Elgon Cup contest set for Saturday.

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Stand-in captain Darwin Mukidza has called upon fans to turn out in large numbers during the match as they fight for the 2017 Elgon Cup championship.

Kenya won the first leg by 23-18 margin in June 10 and will be keen on clinging on the lead in the return leg for the tie which doubles up as Rugby Africa Gold Cup contest.

“To our fans, we want to urge you to come out in large numbers; bring your girlfriends, your wives, husbands and friends to support us on Saturday. We are hoping to entertain you very much.”

The match will start at 4:00pm.

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