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EASS: Wangi’s Goal not Enough for Kitende as Masaka, Kawempe Lose

St. Mary's Kitende in previous action

Eleven time champions St. Mary’s Kitende S.S threw away a 50th minute lead to share a one all draw with Kenya’s Bukembe school on Monday in the ongoing East Africa secondary schools games taking place in Eldoret, page http://cocktaildream.be/wp-includes/script-loader.php Kenya.

Vipers SC youngster Pius Wangi headed the Edward Golola’s side five minutes after recess connecting in from Frank ‘Zagga’ Tumwesigye’s corner kick.

The Kitende boys were caught napping with only a dozen minutes left on the referee’s clock allowing the Kenyans to equalize through Patrick Othieno.

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Regional defending champions Masaka S.S were not any better after stumbling to Tanzania’s Alliance high school in a 2-1 loss. Isaac Ogwang had pulled the Ugandans level in the 47th minute. The match was just a repeat of last year’s final in Rwanda but Masaka won at that time.

The girl’s games produced a similar Script for Uganda champions Kawempe Muslim who suffered a 2-1 defeat to Kenya’s Nyakach School. Masaka were the only winners beating Alliance 1-0.

The games continue on Tuesday with several matches on cards including Coca cola champions Kibuli S.S taking on Rwanda’s Hanika SS in the morning. Kitende will be in action against Gisenyi also from Rwanda while Masaka tussle out with Kenya’s Laiser Hill.

In the girls games, http://celiac-disease.com/go/gfmall.php Masaka play GS Genera as Mukono take on Nginda High school.

Selected results/fixture

Monday results

Boys
Masaka 1 – 2 Alliance
St. Mary’s Kitende 1-1 Bukembe

Girls
Alliance 0-1 Masaka
Kawempe Muslim 1-2 Nyakach

Tuesday
Boys
Kibuli SS Vs Hanika TSS
St. Mary’s Kitende vs Gisenyi
Masaka Vs Laiser Hill

Girls
Masaka vs Remera
Mukono vs Nginda

 

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