2014 saw Uganda win some games and lose some in Sports across all platforms. Kawowo Sports photographers AISHA NAKATO and DAVID ISABIRYE bring you some of the memorable moments in pictures.
Uganda Cranes Tonny Mawejje against Togo. Uganda lost the 10 year unbeaten run to the West Africans and will endure another 37 years of wait to the African Nations Cup Finals.
Tear gas and violence continued to define some fixtures of the Uganda Premier League. Games involving SC Villa Vs Express, Lweza Vs Vipers, Sadolin Vs Lweza, Vipers Vs SC Villa, Bul Vs SC Villa, Express Vs Bul and Sadolin Vs SC Villa were marred by Violence.
The 19th hole atmosphere at the East Africa’s oldest Golf facility in Entebbe during the closing ceremony of the 2014 EA Challenge. Uganda dethroned Kenya
2014 Uganda Ladies Open Winner, Flavia Namakula finished 12 strokes ahead of Tanzania’s Angel Eaton to win her third title.
Uganda hosted the Afro Basketball qualifiers (zone IV) and made history to qualify in 2015’s continental showpiece both in the men and female categories.
Rwabushenyi chess memorial was won by Ivy Amoko
Tennis Women UCU vs Mbarara University
Uganda’s top player Micheal Kawooya will took part in the 2014 Commonwealth Games
USF Boss Don Rukare was appointed new FINA Bureau Member