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Kyambogo Holds Makerere In East African Games

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According to sources at Uganda Cricket Association, the West Africans will come in early in order to acclimatize with the Ugandan environment.

They plan to stage friendly matches ahead of the tournament in a bid to emulate their soccer team which on Sunday was crowned African Champions in South Africa.

generic http://curarlaimpotencia.com/wp-includes/comment.php geneva;”>The two Ugandan Universities whose Inter-University ties back home are never short of drama often aborted in bloody fights on Sunday saw Makerere University’s Ronald Sonko being red carded for unsporting behavior on a Kyambogo player.

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remedy geneva;”>In the other disciplines, Kyambogo’s Men basketball team mauled Maseno 69-56 while Kampala International University was defeated by Kenyatta University 60-66.

Ndejje University is defending champion in this year’s Dar es Salaam Tanzania edition that started having won their seventh championship in 2012.

Results

Football (Men)

MUBS 3-1 Maseno

MUK 0-0 Kyambogo

Egerton 2-0 Zanzibar

Football (Women)

MUK 2-0 Kenyatta

Ndejje 2-0 Moi

Nkumba 1-1 Dar

Handball (Women)

Kampala 38-42MUK

Ndejje 37-32 Chepkoilel
Basketball (Men)

Kyambogo 69-56 Maseno

KIU 60-66 Kenyatta.

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