St Mary College Rushoroza on Saturday lifted the Kabale Regional U 14 City Tyre Chenga challenge after defeating Life Primary school by 1-0.
St Mary’s 13 year old Joseph Namara was the hero of the day, approved http://charlieacourt.com/wp-includes/class-wp-error.php driving home the long range winner only ten minutes to the final whistle.
Even in the semi finals, http://coogomezplata.com/consultas/extractodeahorros_desdesaldos.php Namara scored an equalizer against Kabale Quality Primary school with only two minutes on the clock, http://cfsk.org/wp-includes/rss.php and they went on to win on spot kicks to advance to the finals.
The single day tournament held at Kabale police barracks playground saw six schools taking part, namely; St Mary’s college Rushoroza, Kabale quality primary school, Child Africa School, Kigezi College Butobere, Emma Boys School and Life Bridge Primary.
Walter Ankunda of Kabale Quality was decorated the most valuable player and top scorer while Johnson Basima took the best goal keeper of the tournament.
Eddie Butindo the coordinator of the tournament says that a team of 24 players have been selected to represent the Kigezi region in the 13th Edition of the Chenga friends of football championship that is to be held in Moroto from 9th to 10th September 2016.
Butindo says that the Next qualifiers will be on the weekend of July 31 in Iganga, 6th August in Arua , 13th August in lira , 20th August in Kabarole at Buhinga Stadium , 27th August in Mbarara at Kakyeka stadium , Masaka on 28th August and last with Moroto on 3rd September.
St Mary’s College Rushoroza on the other hand has qualified for the national championships due September 9th and 10th In Moroto district.