Kyadondo Sports Club is a rugby union ground in Kampala, Uganda. It was established in 1999. Facilities include main ground,a Gym, a training pitch and a club house. The ground is home to several club teams, among them Heathens RFC, a leading rugby club in Uganda. It has also hosted home games of theUganda national rugby union team and hosted many international World Rugby Games over the years. The club has also been a concert venue,
Our very own Charles Onen Chan has been confirmed Lady Cranes Sevens coach replacing Helen Buteme’s and at the same time, Leonard Lubambula’s deputy in the Test set-up. Onen is a certified Level 2 coach, with a referee history and rich playing background of playing rugby. “It really means a lot to me because I have always extremely worked hard to develop players and my coaching passion”. Said Onen. Onen is another Kyadondo story, bred and groomed through the club system. He excelled as a player, referee and coach.
Dinah Hope Nyago is an Outgoing Jinja Senior Secondary School head teacher was recognised for her role in the rugby development. She was presented a plaque by Club Captain Michael Wokorach. Jinja S.S through partnership with Kyadondo Rugby Club provided scholarships to excelling rugby players. Philip Kibiojana (vice chairman), praised Nyago for the tremendous work towards supporting and spreading rugby.
Rugby provides a unifying spirit that leads to life long friendships, camaraderie, teamwork and loyalty which transcends cultural, geographic, political and religious differences