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ed geneva;”>St Mary’s Kitende head coach Rehema Nakabuye praised her players for making it to finals though they lost narrowly to East African champions Kawempe in the finals. Kitende had earlier on defeated Mbale Citizens 7-0 in the semi-finals.
Kawempe were 2-0 winners over Luwero’s St Janan SS in the semi-finals. Four schools (Kawempe Muslim SS, St Mary’s Kitende, St Janan and Mbale Citizen) will now represent Uganda in the East African secondary schools games to be host in either Uganda or Southern Sudan.
Meanwhile in the just concluded Secondary Schools Ball Games 2013 hosted by Mbarara High School, Kibuli clinched the Boys basketball crown after overcoming Lubiri SS 73-60, St Mary’s Kitende were girls’ basketball winners.
Ntale School took home the rugby championship as St Charles Lwanga-Kasasa was also crowned boy’s hockey champions.