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Ugandan Boxers Protest 'Meagre' Gov't Support

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“Uganda has earned many Commonwealth medals from boxing, so receiving this little money from the government reveals how much they underrate boxing’s potential in this year’s edition of the games,” one of the federation officials told ChimpSport.


Ten boxers will start a residential camp in Lugogo on Sunday but only five will be selected to represent the country in Scotland in a team expected to depart early next month.


Earlier this week, Khassim Ouma paid an inspiration visit to the team in Lugogo and appreciated the work of the coaches and administrators who have been able to assemble the team even with the little government facilitation coming in late.


During the last (2010) Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, Uganda wasn’t represented in the game of boxing as the administration was still entangled in wrangles.

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