In the semifinals, Ndejje Elites humbled Iganga based Orange Block Buster’s Volleyball Club (OBB) by sweeping the three sets. Ndejje continued with its winning ways defeating COPAB in the quarterfinals.
In the 84th minute, 17-year-old Bull FC’s Owen Mukisa substituted Joseph Semujju to change the game. Mukisa fulfilled his dream and scored the winning goal in the 86th minute to break Kigezi Home Boyz’s hopes of qualifying on a home win.
Twinamatsiko was unveiled by the club in October 2020 on a three-year contract replacing Vialli Bainomugisha who had also been sacked. However, the Club Chief Executive Officer, Brian Akankwasa has terminated the contract, according to a statement released this morning by the Club's Communications Officer, Timothy Tuhumwire.
Henry Kisembo said that police was forced to fire tear gas after realizing that the game could not continue when students of both institutions were attempting to engage in a serious fight over a controversial penalty.
According to the Kigezi Province Drum Team Chairman, Switzen Niwagaba, the trio has been sacked by clubs management after failing to impress in the ongoing Federation of Uganda Football Association-FUFA the Drum tournament.
Safi Mabuye, the Sports Captain NTC Kabale protested, saying Bishop Barham University College was knocked out from the tournament on Saturday after failing to obtain the required points following the cancellation of their 1-0 victory over Kabale University.
The match which started at 04:13pm ended a goalless draw in the first half. However in the 57th minute Uganda Cranes Martin Kiiza from Sports Club Villa Masaka fouled Yusufu Abato Nyamityobora FC Mbarara of Western Uganda select team inside the box.
Kigezi College Butobere are the Kigezi post primary volley ball champions after defeating St. Geralds Secondary School, Rukungiri on Saturday. In the girls volleyball, Immaculate Heart Girls School Nyakibale defeated Nyakabungo Secondary School by two sets to one to be crowned champions.
The competitions, which attracted 72 secondary schools across the country started on May 6 and will run until May 15. As the schools tussle, the two schools from Kanungu and Jinja districts respectively were accused of hiring mercenaries masquerading as students.
Mukiibi Katende, the Clerk of the event, lists some of the drivers ejected from the event as Ugandas Jas Mangat, the 2013 National Rally Champion and Winner of the 2016 Kabale Gorilla in the Mist rally, Jean Eric Gakwaya and Fabrice Yoto, both from Rwanda.
Residents of Kabale and Rubanda districts are excited over the return of Gorilla in the Mist motor rally 2017 running from today until Sunday. The clerk of the event, Mukiibi Katende says the drivers will cover 170 competitive kilometres and another 140 non-competitive kilometres. Mukiibi adds that 37 drivers are expected to take part in the event.
Sports fans are faulting Kabale Municipal authorities for neglecting the rehabilitation of Kabale stadium. The stadium which is located along Bwankosa Road in Central Division is the biggest sports facility in Kigezi region. However, it is now in a poor state with dysfunctional toilet facilities, broken gates and no electricity.
Dickson Tibigambwa, the Senior Assistant Town Clerk in Charge of Southern division in Rukungiri Municipality, says the stadium was abandoned in 2010 due to a feud between the municipality and district leadership.