The fourth edition of the annual Joan Cox Memorial Volleyball tournament is set for this weekend at Gayaza High School. Primary and Secondary schools will compete in the junior categories while corporates and clubs will fight in their respective groups.
VVC are the women’s champions and have scheduled to serve of the two-day tourney against high flying Sport-S club. Nemo stars, symptoms http://d4462130.u92.platformpublishing.com.au/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/classes/em-category-taxonomy.php Ndejje elites and Mulago are the other four teams invited to take part in the tournament. The various categories have clubs and corporate teams playing alongside the under16 and the U-21girls.
Last year’s event attracted 32 school teams, four clubs and two corporate ones. DFCU are the two time champions in the corporate category while Trust High School and Kinaawa Junior team hold the U-21 and U-19 titles respectively.
The tournament is organized in the memory of late Joan Carliell Cox who served as Headmistress from 1950-1972, and made numerous contributions
towards the education of the girl child in Uganda and volleyball sport.
VVC vs Sport-S
Ndejje elites vs Mulago
Nemo vs VVC
Ndejje elites vs Sport-S
Mulago vs. Nemo
VVC vs. Ndejje elites
Sport- S vs. Mulago
Nemo vs Ndejje elites
VVC vs. Mulago
Sport-S vs. Nemo
Lweza FC carried their fine form from the league to the Uganda cup competition spanking lower tier side Kamuli Park Fc by 4-1 on Sunday afternoon at the Mutesa II Stadium in Wankulukuku.
Coach Mutyaba’s side started the rout just after seven seconds, clinic http://csautomation.net/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/api/class-wc-rest-webhook-deliveries.php Rajab Kakooza netting from the spot before Hassan Kikoyo doubled the lead eleven minutes later.
Mustafa Kiraga finished the business later in the second period with a brace in the 70 and 90th minute.
Ibrahim Kazinda consoled the visitors with a strike deep in the last added minutes. The premier league side joins Hope Doves, buy information pills http://cdkstone.com.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-geolocation.php Bright Stars and Soana who have qualified for the quarter finals.
The cup action will continue on Thursday 17 when Vipers sc take a trip to Nyakasinga to play Kasese new Villa in a pending match of round of 32. The winner will face either Airtel Kitara or Express FC.
Hope Doves FC 5(1)-(1)4 Iganga Young
Tuesday 8th March. Maroons FC 8(1)-(1)7 Bright Stars FC
Soana FC 5(1)-(1)4 BUL FC
Lweza FC 4-1 Kamuli Park
TBC- Entebbe FC CRO FC Bugonga-Entebbe
KCCA FC vs Ndejje University -Nakivubo
TBC Winner SC Villa/Onduparaka vs Busia Fisheries
TBC- Winner Kitara Airtel /Express vs Winner NewVilla/Vipers
TBC- SC Villa Jogoo vs Onduparaka
Thursday 17-March Kasese New Villa vs. Vipers SC- Nyakasinga 4:00PM