ambulance http://cutteraviation.com/wp-includes/wp-db.php geneva;”>Kigezi High School of Kabale District will host the annual fortnight-long event that has nurtured the talents of former Uganda Coach Sam Simbwa, dosage http://crmsoftwareblog.com/wp-admin/includes/class-automatic-upgrader-skin.php David Obua (Kibuli SS), current Uganda Coach Jackson Mayanja (Kololo SS), Red Bull Salzburg star Ibrahim Ssekajja, Uganda skipper Andrew Mwesigwa (Naggalama Islamic) URA midfielder Saidi Kyeyune (Real Col Busunju), Moses Oloya (Dynamic SS) and Baba Kizito St (Mary’s Kitende) among others.
National and Super League coaches led by celebrated youth coach Matia Lule are expected to flock the hilly south western district to scout fresh talents with a pool of eighteen under 17 players from almost 60 secondary schools under the tutorage of former KCC tactician Lule selected for Coca Cola sponsored friendlies in Kenya and a one month trip to South Africa for a high level training tournament under English coaches from Chelsea FC.
It’s now three years since the qualifying format changed to regional from district level qualifying and according to organisers, brings only cream of teams at the final stage with the top three schools representing Uganda at the August East African Secondary Schools’ Games.
Meanwhile Raphael Bwire, Organising Committee head has warned all the schools that may wish to field in ineligible players would face a 3 years ban if found guilty. Each school is allowed to register 18 players.
St Mary’s Kitende are the defending champions after defeating Buikwe’s Risah Standard Academy 2-0 in Tororo.