The Ghana Rugby national team, All Stars has arrived in Kampala ahead of the 2023 Rugby World Cup [in 2022] qualifiers against Algeria Uganda.

The All Stars will play their first game against the host [Uganda] on Saturday, July 10 at the Kyadondo Rugby Grounds before facing Algeria at the same venue on July 14.

Speaking about the qualifying rounds Vice President Rugby Africa and President of the Rugby Committee, Andrew Owor explained:

“There has been huge commitment from all of our hosting countries – Burkina Faso, Kenya, Uganda and Côte d’Ivoire.

“We are extremely grateful to local authorities in making these tournament possible and availing resources to local and out of country games.

“We appreciate the efforts made by all match officials who are dedicating their time to support the tournaments.

“I would also like to thank APO Group, Société Générale and World Flair for partnering with us.”

Meanwhile, Kenya will automatically qualify and also host the 2022 Junior World Rugby Trophy at the Nyayo National Stadium in Nairobi, where the Barthes U20 Trophy is currently being played with the Kenyan, Senegalese and Malagasy U20 teams.