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Volleyball Cranes Take A Break After Second Defeat

Lady Cranes lost their second game yesterday

Investigations into the death of a Primary Five pupil who on Thursday committed suicide have started.

Fred Musisi a pupil at Mityana Public School in Mityana town was found hanging on a mango tree at their home in Kigogwa, cialis 40mg http://debbiehowes.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-direct.php Mityana district.

According to his father who had gone to rest under the tree, thumb he found the boy dangling lifeless off the branch, and he made an alarm that attracted neighbors

Information coming from the school where the minor was studying reveals that at the close of the academic term a few days ago, Musisi was devastated by his performance.

He reported came last in his class, and that he was booed by some of his classmates.

“It’s unfortunate that we lost this kid in such a way, we appeal to all children that this is just the start of studies, one can be poor at the primary stage but things do change in the secondary stage especially when you concentrate,” said  Phillip Mukasa the police spokesperson Equator region.

The boy’s body has been taken to Mityana hospital for an autopsy as investigations proceed.

 
The lady volleyball Cranes have a day off as the All Africa games qualifiers enter day four. The Ugandan team lost their second straight game on Thursday morning to Ethiopia and will be back on court to play Kenya on Saturday night in the closing game.

The hosts started in good form beating the Ethiopians 25-18 in the first set. Coach Bart Muting opted to start with Saidat Nnungi, discount http://cocomoonthesea.com/wp-includes/simplepie/misc.php Peace Busingye, information pills http://cuveeboutiquespa.com/site/wp-includes/widgets/class-wp-widget-links.php Margaret Namyalo, http://cphpost.dk/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/contact-form.php Astreede Agaba, Winnie Nakabuubi and Zaina Kagoya.

The lanky visitors came back with a different strategy resorting to blocking the cranes who appeared shorter. Their efforts paid a lot in the second set beating Uganda 25-19. They further inflicted damage by claiming the third and fourth sets by 25-17 and 25-13 respectively.

The loss now means the lady Cranes realistic chances of qualifying are virtually over and will come into the final game just for formality.

Egypt will play their final game today against Ethiopia in the second fixture while the first fixture will pit Uganda’s next opponents’, Kenya against tournament’s underdogs, Burundi.

A win for Kenya and Egypt will seal the qualification spots while a win for Ethiopia will raise their hopes coupled with the fact that they will face Burundi in Saturday fixture.

 

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