31 January 2013

Uganda: Kyadondo Gets Free Medical Facilities

Kyadondo Rugby grounds has signed an agreement with AAR Ambulance to get medical facilities at the ground whenever there is a game.

AAR official Grace Kiwanuka told the media that they decided to help improve the medical facilities to rugby players in case any of them suffers an injury during a match.

The deal is worth Shs 30m but it is bound to be improved in future, after assessing the impact it will have had. According to AAR, a stand-by ambulance will be available during games.

Andrew Owor, the chairman of Kyadondo Rugby grounds, acknowledged the assistance from AAR and said that it would benefit the game in a big way. Toyota Buffaloes and MTN Heathens are the clubs to gain more from the signed deal since Kyadondo is their home-ground.

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