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Byline: Ismail Dhakaba Kigongo
There is a feeling amongst the Rugby Cranes ranks that two tries on Saturday will be enough to grab the Elgon Cup from Kenya's firm grip.
Mathematically, it is easy even after a morale sapping second half collapse which gave Kenya a 27-10 victory in the Nairobi first leg last weekend. This belief supersedes the below par international season where Uganda have won only one of their four games.
Furthermore, Kenya hold a superior head-to-head record which stands at 13 wins in 20 games overall between the two East African neighbours. Uganda have won six with one stalemate in clashes …