A1 challenge is one of the traditional ladies teams in Uganda and have stood the test of time for ages.
On Tuesday morning, the team officially unveiled Uganda Clays as their new sponsors to the tune of Uganda Shillings 90 million for the 2017 National basketball league season.
The deal which started in May at the start of the season was announced on Tuesday in a press briefing held at Lugogo indoor stadium and will run through up to December.
Uganda Clays Managing Director, George Inholo believes that the partnership will help to uplift the game of basketball especially among the ladies.
“We are proud to be partnering with A1 challenge which will get to the extremes of over 90 million shillings,”
“This is aimed at taking girls basketball to another level because A1 challenge have good programmes that include reaching out to the community.” He said.
A1 challenge club President, Rosette Sayson Meya was thankful to Uganda Clays for joining them and believes the package will help in strengthening the team.
“We thank Uganda Clays for joining us as our sponsors. This is a great move that will help bolster our team and enable us fulfill our programmes,” she said.
The 90M will help in paying player’s salaries, fulfilling the outreach programmes that the club has and the running of day to day activities of the club.