Clubs: VVC 3-1 Ndejje (women)
Sports S 2-1 Sky (Men) game played on over time.
Institutions: Nkumba University (Universities-men)
Trust High 3-1 Nabisunsa Club 61 (Girls).
St Merry’s Kitende (Boys)
Sunrise primary school (Boys)
After clinching the Aporu Akol trophy a week ago, Vision Volleyball Club (VVC) continued with its golden winning torch. The Kampala based ladies team won another trophy at the 18th Nkumba Open volleyball championships held over the weekend in Entebbe.
VVC beat Ndejje University 3-1 (25-16, 23-25, 15-21, 25-1) to triumph in the women Club’s category. Thanks to the good inspirational services of captain Viola ‘Shosho’ Akisa.
“It has not been an easy final game with them (Ndejje) but thanks to my players that we won.” VVC head coach Huntington Nsubuga who is now focused to the league told Kawowo Sports.
However, his counterpart, Johnson Kawenyera, stressed that Ndejje is building up a new team and was surprised that they managed to reach the finals.
In the men’s category, Dickens Otim and Steven Oguti played a great role to help Sport S beat Sky VC 2-1 in a final game played on best of time.
In other categories, hosts Nkumba University successfully defended the men’s institutional title after topping a five-man group. The group consisted of Ndejje University, Makerere University, Air force and Uganda Christian University (UCU). This category was played on a round robin basis.
St Mary’s Kitende and Trust high won the boys’ and girls’ secondary schools categories respectively. The latter beat Club 61 Nabisunsa 3-1 (25-11, 25-13, 31-33, 25-11).
Sunrise primary school also triumphantly defended the boy’s crown.
Various outstanding teams and players were rewarded with certificates of merit, trophies and other prizes by David Christopher Kasasa, the Nkumba University Dean of students.
The 2 day Tournament, that attracted over 30 teams across the country was proudly sponsored by Nkumba University Games Union.