healing http://chuckatuckhistory.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/functions.opengraph.php sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>MUBS came in second position on the medal tally with one silver, check one bronze followed in third place by Busitema and Makerere with one bronze medal a piece, case respectively.
According to Namayo Mawerere, the competition secretary, Ndejje’s medals were picked from woodball sport where Lilian Zawedde and Charity Nagaba grabbed gold in the ladies doubles after hitting 52 strokes and silver by Viola Operu and Cissy Nakato with 57 strokes in the same event.
MUBS Shallot Kikatushemeza and Angel Turinawe managed to take home a bronze with 61 strokes.
The Ndejje men’s side, Joel Adupa and Bruno Bbosa also stole the show in the other double to win gold in the sport that was dominated on the national scene by Ndejje University for the last eight years.
John Mary Musiime and Francis Tumwebaze from MUBS got silver with 55 strokes while Didas Busingye with Robert Bakaze from MUK won bronze.
Onesmus Atamba pairing with Daniela Nabukalu snatched gold in the mixed doubles while Collins Kamoga and Vicky Nankabirwa won silver for the Games defending champions Ndejje.
Atamba and Zawedde promised fireworks during the remaining singles and team games.
“The course was tough and challenging. We deserved the win because we prepared for it. There was no short cut and we are ready to take on any team tomorrow,” Zawedde said.
Earlier in the day, soccer defending champions Ndejje University had walloped Kabale University 4-0 in its second group match.
Rogers Aloro netted two goals in the 14th and 72nd minute while Hood Kalumba and Joseph Muluya scored in the 56th and 65th minute to provide the champions the necessary chances to go atop the table.
In Volleyball, the Ndejje ladies National league Champions humiliated hosts UCU 3-0 (25-15, 25-11, 25-11) at their home backyard.
The Ndejje men’s side also turned tables on Bishop Stuart handing them 3-0 (25-13, 25-15, 25-17).
At another front Busoga University was given a rude welcome by Ndejje 3-52 in its first handball match while MUST disappointed Ndejje winning two of the ladies singles 2-0 apiece in the tennis ladies singles.
Other sports results:-
Men – Ndejje 3 MUBS 0
Ndejje 3 Gulu 0
Ladies – Ndejje 3 Kyambogo 0
Ndejje walkover Busitema
Ndejje 67 MUST 21
MUK 51 Ndejje 71
Ndejje walkover IUIU (Ladies)
Nkumba 39 Ndejje 11