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Sadolin Crowned Eastern G4 Champions

Sadolin FC players receiving their trophy

Sadolin Paints FC emerged champions of the inaugural Eastern G4 tournament held at the Bugembe stadium in Jinja over the weekend.

The painters collected eleven points thrashing JMC Hippos 4-1 and BUL FC 1-0 in the last game on Sunday. They had beaten guests Butembe FC 3-0 but the points weren’t considered according to the tournament rules.

Norman Ogik struck twice, advice http://chasingjamesbeard.com/wp-content/plugins/pinterest-pin-it-button/views/public.php Fred Kyambadde and Siraji Jamali pulled a goal each on Saturday when the Bugembe side overcame JMC. Constantine Nalumonso grabbed the equaliser.

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Derby Drama

There was drama on Sunday during the first game of the day pitting two Kakindu-based sides JMC and BUL. The Hippos led by club chairman Mr. Faisal Muhammad had threatened to walk off the pitch at half time citing poor officiation, decease claiming that BUL were intentionally practicing foul play.

The controversy was heightened when Hakim Magumba accidentally tackled Jimmy Jalendo who was later stretched off.

The Awards.

JMC Hippos were awarded the silver medals for finishing second with two points ahead of Bul who could not win a game nor score against the two top flight rivals.

Emma Kalyowa was best keeper

Emma Kalyowa was best keeper

Norman Ogik claimed the top scorers boot while BUL FC’s Emma Kalyowa bagged the golden gloves.

Butembe county FC replaced Kirinya Jinja SS FC who failed to turn up due to internal administrative issues.

Norman Ogik receives the golden boot

Norman Ogik receives the golden boot

Full results.

Saturday
Sadolin 4-1 JMC
(N.Ogik x2, S.Jamali, F.Kyambadde | C.Nalumonso)

BUL 3-0 Butembe
(M. Kalisa, Y.Sibira, F.Abido)

Butembe 0-0 JMC

Sunday.
JMC 0-0 BUL

Butembe 0-3 Sadolin
(B.Saaf, R. Kyambadde, I. Lubaale)

Sadolin 1-0 Bul
(I. Lubaale)

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