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In the spirit of spicing up the relationship between the game and the fans ,the organizers have kept in line with advise given to them and havethrown in a few spanners in the works, like the team structure.
There are already ten sponsored teams that shall be led by ten rugby professionals and these have been led through the rules of beach rugby while participating in the 6th annual event.
The team leaders include Alfred Bijik, Helen Buteme, Micheal Wandera, Denis Mugambi Tialata, John Wandicho, Marvin Odongo, Justin Kimono, Adnand Mutebi, Micheal Wokorach and Gabriel Aredo.
Each team shall have at least 2 ladies, because Parliamentary rules on gender balance insist that the rules should apply to fun sports as well as jobs, and also because there are quite many lady fans, they need equal representation in all teams.
Each team shall have at most 2 competitive players (League players) and the rest shall be the fans as no fans can form an entire team.
Fans shall be picked to form teams, and here is how this shall happen:
A fan is going to write, on the Facebook or Twitter rugby fan zone pages, the best Nile Special rugby moment they ever had.
The story will then generate “Likes” from the readers and any fan with the most “Likes” shall thereafter be picked and allocated a team, until all teams are fully constituted.
The rest will have to part with Shs10, 000/= to get tickets to the event, quite cheap for an ordinary rugby fan, although of course as usual, there shall be ticket winners as well.
Apart from the rugby entertainment, there shall be thrilling performances by some of the top shot comedians in town and a DJ competition at the beach among other highlights to be showcased.
According to the organizers, the event is going to be better than all Uganda concerts combined.