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Kawooya Named New Saints Skipper

Kawooya in action for Saints in previous game.

The fifth edition of the Airtel rising stars is now set for the national finals after the successful completion of the regional qualifiers that climaxed . The finals will be held in Mbarara in the last week of October 2015.

Nothern and West Nile qualifiers;

Adjumani boys and girls clinched Gold in the West Nile region over the weekend. Adjumani girls ran 4-0 riot over Gulu girls in the final while the boys’ team had no opponent to play since no other team showed up.

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All 2015 Airtel Rising Stars Regional Winners:
Kampala:
Boys – Kabowa Youth
Girls – Gadaffi Integrated School

Buganda:
Boys – Nakaseke International
Girls – Mukono High School

Western Region:
Boys – Young Simba
Girls – Sentah College

Kitara Region:
Boys – Masindi Youth
Girls – Mpanga S.S

Eastern Region:
Boys: Pallisa Youth
Girls: High Way, Sironko

North- East Region:
Boys: Light High School, Soroti
Girls: Olila High School, Amuria

West Nile Region:
Boys: Adjumani Boys
Girls: Adjumani Girls

Northern Region:
Boys:Destiny Sports Acade
Girls: St James, Lira.
The fifth edition of the Airtel rising stars is now set for the national finals after the successful completion of the regional qualifiers that climaxed . The finals will be held in Mbarara in the last week of October 2015.

Nothern and West Nile qualifiers;

Adjumani boys and girls clinched Gold in the West Nile region over the weekend. Adjumani girls ran 4-0 riot over Gulu girls in the final while the boys’ team had no opponent to play since no other team showed up.

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All 2015 Airtel Rising Stars Regional Winners:
Kampala:
Boys – Kabowa Youth
Girls – Gadaffi Integrated School

Buganda:
Boys – Nakaseke International
Girls – Mukono High School

Western Region:
Boys – Young Simba
Girls – Sentah College

Kitara Region:
Boys – Masindi Youth
Girls – Mpanga S.S

Eastern Region:
Boys: Pallisa Youth
Girls: High Way, Sironko

North- East Region:
Boys: Light High School, Soroti
Girls: Olila High School, Amuria

West Nile Region:
Boys: Adjumani Boys
Girls: Adjumani Girls

Northern Region:
Boys:Destiny Sports Acade
Girls: St James, Lira.
New League entrants The Saints Fc have chosen Fahad Kawoya as the new team captain taking over from Geoffrey Bwire. The former captain is still nursing a successful stomach surgery he underwent last month.

While presenting the new leader, visit this site http://cyberneuro.com/components/com_k2/templates/default/user.php coach Haruna Keba expressed his satisfaction with his choice arguing that Kawooya’s vast experience and upright discipline will add value to the team.

“His discipline commitment and experience are not questionable making him the perfect choice to lead the team, http://cortrium.com/wp-admin/includes/schema.php ”  coach Haruna  Kebba said.

Kawooya was delighted in the new role and hopes for a smooth season.  “I am very happy to be trusted to lead my teammates and i want promise to help the team  succeed, http://danmarknorge.org/wp-includes/class-feed.php ” Kawooya remarked.

The former SC Villa defender will be assisted by Nelson Ssempagala and Marlon Tangawuzi as first and second deputies respectively.

League action;
The Saints collected their first league point against Police Fc courtesy of Julius Malimungu’s strike that cancelled out Ben Ocen’s early strike. The team travels to Jinja on Tuesday to clash JMC.

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