Awards have never been free from controversies especially in sports. On Saturday, view website like this http://contenthog.com/pr/wp-includes/class-smtp.php the ‘who is who’ in the local basket scene descended to the Imperial Royale Hotel in Kampala to witness crowning the cream of the crop from a shortlist of arguably the best performers in the game for 2015.
Of course lots of credit will go to FUBA for finally pulling resources together and holding the gala which failed to take place on the initial date set (January 30), viagra buy http://cutteraviation.com/wp-content/plugins/exploit-scanner/hashes-4.0.1.php the federation citing financial constraints.
Congolese-born Rwandan who plays for City Oilers’, ampoule http://citybreakguide.ro/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-post-images.php Kami Kabangu was crowned the most valuable (men) player while Velma Awino Achieng from UCU Lady Canons was the queen. Both players went home UgX 2M richer besides the trophies.
City Oilers and UCU Lady Canons each received UgX 3M for emerging champions in the respective FUBA NBL leagues.
Though finances are hard to come by, but FUBA ought to rationally divide the prizes, for instance champions earning UgX 3M while the two best players get a combined UgX 4M is abit comical.
Also excluding regular season MVP Brian Namake from the best five team looks controversial if not awkward otherwise its really absurd to nominate players whose award is based on a mathematical/statistical basis. Case in point; the top scorer and best rebounder awards.
MVP (men): Kami Kabange
MVP (women): Velma Achieng
FUBA Men’s champions: City Oilers
1st runners up (men): UCU Canons
2nd runners up (men): KIU Titans
Coach of the Year: Timothy Odeke
FUBA Women champions: UCU Lady Canons
1st runners up (women’s): KCCA Leopards
2nd runners up (women’s): A1 Challenge
Most Valuable Player (Division One): Wilber
Most Valuable Player (D-League) women:Lean
Most Valuable Player (D-League) men:Francis Ogala
Outstanding performance of the year: Wundi Steven (UCU Canons)
Manager of the year: Silver Rugambwa (City Oil)
Men: UPDF Hawks
Champions (D-League) women: JKL Dolphins
1st Runners Up women (D-League):Javon Ladies
Champions of the (D-League): JKL Dolphins
1st Runners Up (D-League)
Men: UMU Flames
MVP – Regular Season, male (Elite-League): Brian
MVP – Regular Season, female (Elite-League): Joy
MVP – Regular Season, Women (D-League): Ruth
MVP – Regular Season (D-League): Derrick Ollama
Top Scorer (D-League), Regular Season: Gekara
Sam (UMU Flames) (190 points)
Regular Season, Top Scorer (Women) – D League: Ruth Nalunkuuma (305 points)
Top Scorer (Men): Wilber Peruth (UPDF) – 400
Top Scorer (Women): Judith Nansoobya (382
Overall Top Scorer:
Kami Kabangu (382 pts)
Suudi Ulanga (435)
Mark Okidi (399)
Best Rebounder (Women): Namuwaya Muhayimuna
Best Rebounder (Men): Steven Mwesige
Most Dedicated Servant: Fred ‘Kasiru’ Ssekajja
Most Improved men’s team: Destiny Venoms
Most Disciplined men’s team: Charging Rhinos
Most Disciplined Ladies team: Jarvon Ladies
Basketball Ambassador of the year: Silverbacks (Men’ National Basketball Team)
photo1: City oilers posing with their dummy cheque.
Photo2: UCU lady canons were the winners of the ANBL women league.
Photo3: Kami Kanange with his accolade.