The aborted Uganda cup finals that were held at Kyamate sports grounds in Ntungamo is still fresh talk in town, tadalafil http://checkhimout.ca/mind/wp-includes/feed-atom.php with different views from the rival sides, http://cenariospizza.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-store-locator/admin/class-geocode.php the federation and other stakeholders.
The match was abandoned just eighteen minutes to the end with SC Villa on the driving seat after Erisa Ssekisambu scored a controversial penalty that sparked the chaos.
Kyamate was agreed to beating off stiff competition from another playground deep ahead in Kisoro town in Western Uganda both of which were shortlisted thanks to Fufa’s regional rotational criteria of taking the game to the grassroots.
Prior to the match, http://curcumincapsules.art14london.com/wp-includes/l10n.php several people had raised concerns about the quality of pitches/stadiums being used in the finals that include the poor grounds earlier used like the Mbale Municipal stadium and Pecce stadium found in Lira. Kyamate was not different.
On arrival to the playground (Kyamate), one would fail to locate exactly where the ‘stadium’ was, not unless you see the perimeter fence surrounding the playing area and the marked pitch. Otherwise there is no worthy stadium to mention of.
Long black polythene worked as part time fence to prevent passersby from having a full view of the proceedings while the shaky wooden stands were only ‘completed some hours to kickoff. The ground was very hazardous surrounded on one side by a wet swamp and freshly trimmed bush on another.
The perimeter fence was still fresh but with weak wooden poles and quality barbed wire covering. A portion of it was later brought down giving way to the pitch invasion just on its first day at work!
Truly, there was no sporting credentials that Kyamate possessed to be awarded such a high tense and well attended match.
Kenya’s leading female rugby referee, viagra 100mg http://ccathsu.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/submit.php Peris Mukoko has been selected to take charge of the first leg of this year’s annual Women’s Elgon Cup clash between Kenya and Uganda at the RFUEA Grounds in Nairobi on Saturday 13th June 2015.
Mukoko, who is among the three female World Rugby certified educators Africa, will be assisted by Adelaide Nasambu and Irene Atieno.
The Kenya women’s team commonly known as the ‘Lionesses’ are the defending champions after beating Uganda’s Lady Cranes over two legs of 33-15 in Kampala and 39-10 in Nairobi to triumph 72-25 on aggregate in last year’s edition. The match will be played from 1:30pm local time just before the Men’s match.
Coach Allan Musoke has already named his travelling squad for the Saturday’s campaign who include the following;
Forwards: Nzigge Irene (Thunderbirds), Aketo Scovia (Gulu She Elephants), Mirembe Peace (Entebbe Sharks), Nalubwama Phiona (Thunderbirds), Atimango Charity (Thunderbirds), Anena Claire (Black Panthers), Irankunda Fortunate (Entebbe Whales), Gizamba Hellen (Black Panthers), Oroma Emmanuella (Walukuba Titans), Kyalikunda Stella (Thunderbirds), Nakakande Prossy (Black Panthers), Nakanyike Mary (Thunderbirds), Wokorach Peace (Walukuba Titans)
Mudoola Charlotte (Black Panthers), Kayonjo Harriet (Thunderbirds),Tino Matilda (Thunderbirds), Kayiyi Brenda (Black Panthers), Nakityo Asha (Thunderbirds), Nyiraguhirwa Hildah (Entebbe Sharks), Ayikoru Samiya (Thunderbirds), Babirye Rachael (Thunderbirds), Auma Grace (Walukuba Titans), Kyoita Mary (Thunderbirds)
Non travelling reserves;
Namapii Irene (Black Panthers), Azikuru Gilder (Walukuba Titans), Namatovu Zurah (Thunderbirds)