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Byline: Kalungi Kabuye
WHAT is the greatest rugby game ever played in Uganda? That's a good question, responded most people I put it to. To Paul Nyangabyaki, Uganda's win over Cote D'Ivoire in 2006 was the most memorable.
"That was the first time I saw the boys play almost perfect rugby," he remembers. "It was smooth, the passing was divine, it was as close you get to perfect as you can. I think that was the time that rugby in Uganda stopped being 'full of potential,' as everybody would say and actually at a different level. All the wins after that were almost just routine."
To Henry Musoke, national team manager, it was the one against Zimbabwe in …