The two respected Holy books (The Bible and Koran) in unison concur, ‘To give is better than to receive’  

Irish based Camelough Rovers religiously follows the assertion.

The club has donated an assortment of items to Mulago based Aspire young talents soccer academy.

The donation includes 20 balls, pumps, one set of new jerseys and 4 sets of training bibs.

At the handover ceremony attended by Fiona Mooney (director of Camlough Rovers ), Kelly Oneil and his son Adrine Mee, Aspire Academy, Mulago director and the players were left delighted.

We are glad of the offer of materials received and the coaching experts and may God bless Camlough Rovers

Hadadi Nseyeeya, one of the Aspire directors (the other is Joseph Ssenyongo) told Kawowo Sports.


A sympathizer, Koral Kallagher (also the director of OTB (on the ball) who had earlier visited Aspire Mulago way back in December 2014 was the ‘chain-link’ between Camlough and Aspire Mulago.

The offer from Camlough Rovers did not only stop to Aspire, but was extended to  Kisugu preparatory primary school with 20 balls plus a sack of sugar (50kgs), Praise Integrated  High school (30 balls and a  sack of sugar (50kgs).

Uganda has over 200 registered football academies, many of which remain in need of materials to use plus  the administrative and technical expertise of running them to the expected standards.

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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