KCCA FC, Simba to Face Off in Tarehe Sita Cup

KCCA FC VS Simba in previous league game.

The 2016 woodball season begins this weekend with the first corporate circuit taking place at MUBS – Nakawa starting from 1pm.

The  number of teams and individuals has increased in this year’s competition following the registration of three other teams that include UNEB Woodball Team, nurse Buganda Land Board, capsule and
Zoe Woodball Club.

Aside from the three new ones, order the other confirmed teams for the event include St. Joseph’s Technical Institute Kisubi, Coral Coatings Ltd, Botladz Woodball Club, Bank of Uganda, Stroke Woodball Club, CPA Uganda, Ndejje Corporate Club, Reigner’s Woodball Club and USPA Woodball Club. Woodball federation’s Executive members are also expected to compete.

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The biggest challenge this season is anticipated to involve St. Joseph’s Technical duo Raymond Semata and Godfrey Bukenya, William Osire (Bank of Uganda),  Eric Lukooya, Timothy Mulwana (both from Stroke Woodball Club).

Raymond Semata and Rose Matovu are the reigning champions in the men and women’s categories respectively.

Rose Matovu Rose is coming in as a favorite even though she is expected to face tough opposition from Jessica Nabbona  and Alexandria Namayo of Stroke Woodball Club and Botladz Woodball Club.
As a way of being involving all their departments in the Tarehe Sita celebrations, shop KCCA FC and army side Simba FC will play for a trophy on Friday 5th February at the Mandela national stadium in Namboole. Entrance is free for all fans.

The match is dubbed the Tarehe Sita cup and will kick off at 4.00 pm local time.

To this effect, medical the Uganda cup matches that involve the two teams have been pushed to future dates.

KCCA FC had earlier been scheduled to take on Mbarara Soccer Academy at Kakyeka stadium while Simba was to play big league side Kira young FC. After the Tarehe sita cup, website KCCA FC will travel to Mbarara where they honour their game on Tuesday 9th.

This year’s is the 35th edition of the commonly known army day with the national celebrations climaxing at the Kololo independence grounds in Kampala city; the reason why the two clubs have been involved.

Terehe sita is celebrated in every 6th of February  to mark the National Resistance Army’s first attack on Kabamba barracks in Mubende on 6th February 1981 which resulted into a five year
bush war that led the NRM in power in 1986.


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