Police FC striker, Norman Ogik netted the lone goal for Acholi Province from a cross set by UPDF player Ronald Owiny in the 44th minute of the first half. The second half of the match was fruitless despite many chances created to spice up the match
Martin Ojara Mapenduzi, Gulu district chairperson says they are interested in evaluating challenges and opportunities for future games. He says they are excited at the great hospitality the host community exhibited to foreign dignitaries and participating teams.
Uganda has already bagged 41 medals consisting of 15 Gold, 15 Silver and 11 Bronze medals from the various disciplines. Kenya and South Sudan are in second and third positions with 36 and just a single medal respectively.
Moses Oketayot, a former Cranes striker who also played for Maroons, BAT and Gulu United clubs, says that going by the teams performance on Tuesday against Ghana, The Cranes need to attack much more aggressively and consistently to win the remaining games.
In the 2008/2009 financial year, Kitgum town council contracted Services Technologies Inc, a private firm to level the pitch, plant grass and construct a perimeter wall around Bomah ground along Uhuru Drive at the cost of shillings 150 million.