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Kawempe Muslim Defend the Fufa Elite Women’s League

Eight players from FWEL champions kawempe Muslim  have been called up to the squad.

Kawempe Muslim Women football club have retained the Fufa women Elite league title following their 4-2 triumph in the post-match penalty shootouts in a tense final played at the War memorial stadium in Nakivubo.

The game ended goalless during the normal time despite numerous attacking efforts from She Corporates’ Stella Kaliba and Kawempe’s goal machine Sandra Nabweteme.

Victory means Kawempe dominate the women league which is just two season’s old.

Earlier on, link http://crystalcleanlaundry.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader.php two goals from Jackie Nakaasi and Liz Nakigozi over Gafford Ladies consoled UCU Lady Cardinals with a bronze medal in the third place playoff match.

Nabweteeme snatched the topscorers boot after scoring 23 goals in the 14 regular season matches she featured in.

Teammate Hasfa Nassuna was also crowned the most valuable player in the second year running for her overwhelming contribution to Kawempe’s success. Nassuna finished the season with 18 goals

She Corporates’ Fatuma Matovu went home with the golden glove for her excellent goal keeping skills that has seen her conceded the least goals while Olila Football Club from Soroti took home the fair play award.

She Corporates reached their first ever finals.

She Corporates reached their first ever finals.

Awards:

Champions: Kawempe Muslim WFC

1st Runners up: She Corporates

2nd Runners Up: UCU Lady Cardinals

Most Valuable Player: Hasfa Nassuna

Best Goalkeeper: Fatuma Matovu (She Corporates)

Fair-play: Olila Football Club (Soroti)

Top Scorer: Sandra Nabweteeme (Kawempe Muslim S.S) :23 Goals

FUFA Presidential Award: Hajji Bruhan Mugerwa

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