Former SC Villa Nigerian forward Victor Emenayo has saved his new club, medical http://ccalliance.org/wp-content/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/sitepress.class.php Sadolin Paints with a second half strike to ensure the premier league side doesn’t fall to Big league giants, viagra sale http://certifiedinspectorsgroup.com/wp-admin/includes/continents-cities.php Kirinya Jinja SS.
The match started on a high tempo but the Big league side registering a massive twelve shots on target while controlling possession. The painters only managed four with Fred Sseguja and Norman Ogik both wasting their options leading the game into a barren break.
Emenayo capitalised on a loose ball that Jinja SS defense failed to clea inside the box, visit web http://clubmedics.com/wp-includes/vars.php firing a low shot for the opening goal on the 65th minute. The big league club retaliated with strings of counter attacks with the efforts paying late in thr game when trialist Farouk Matende equalized.
“Iam happy to be here (Sadolin), because all i want to do is to play football and lead the team to a better position by giving my all in the entire time i will be around,” Emenayo said after the match.
The striker was released by SC Villa and will be at Bugembe atleast for the entire first leg.
Sadolin resume league action on Tuesday with a tough away fixture against Maroons FC in Luzira while Jinja SS is sharpening for the Big league that commence in a fortnight on 17th September.
The team to represent Uganda at the Engage International Youth Tag Rugby 7’s Tournament have set off for Coventry City in the United Kingdom.
While flagging them off earlier on Thursday, prescription http://certoclear.com/wp-content/plugins/affiliate-wp/templates/dashboard-tab-stats.php Uganda Rugby Union president Andrew Owuor commended the young players for their hard work and spurred them to fly the nation’s flag high.
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The Engage! programme was commissioned by Wasps Rugby Club to deliver their Premiership Rugby community development programmes, which in partnership with Premiership Rugby, aim to bring rugby coaching to every child in the city (Coventry).
Uganda is among the batch of countries that will be taking part in first ever international programme under this initiative.