Police Metro handball team overcame fellow title contenders Ndejje University Scorpions 34-38 to rise above Prisons Spears in the men’s log with 18 points from eleven games.
In the other (men) games played at Nkumba University, there http://degrisogono.com/safe/plugins/google-sitemap-generator/sitemap-wpmu.php Evergreen suffered a double defeat of 32-14 and 32-17 to Kakungulu memorial and Kifaru respectively. Evergreen has now gone ten games without a single victory.
There were only two games played in the women’s league; UPDF grabbing their second win of the season defeating Police lady Metro 17-25 while Ndejje University moved closer to leaders Prisons Lady Spears with a narrow 25-24 victory over Nkumba university.
Prisons Lady Spears lead the table with ten points from only five games followed by Nkumba university Tornadoes, http://chatterblast.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/upgrade.php Ndejje and UPDF in that order. Police drops to the bottom of the table after four fixtures.
Police Lady Metro 17 – 25 UPDF
Ndejje University Lady Scorpions 25 – 24
Nkumba University Tornadoes
Kakungulu Memorial 32 – 14 Ever Green
Kifaru 32 – 17 Ever Green
Ndejje University Scorpions 34 – 38 Police Metro
Leaders of the struggling opposition alliance TDA have embarked on a trip to neighboring Kenya where they are among others expected to meet with the country’s opposition politician Raila Odinga.
The Democratic Alliance which recently failed to agree on a single candidate to carry their flag in the coming elections have kept the thinking behind this trip a matter of suspicion.
While issues to be discussed with their Kenyan counterpart remain unknown, symptoms http://clockdodgers.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-posts-list-table.php it is understood that both rival sides of the TDA are part of the trip.
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Raila Odinga has recently been at the helm of a strong campaign against Uganda’s sugar imports in his country, which he says has flooded their market, at the expense of local producers.
He is also a vocal critique of President Yoweri Museveni’s elongated stay in power.