Sunday, 22nd February 2015 Fixtures (Lido Beach, Entebbe):

Monsoon Group:

MUBS Vs Talented

Zaba Super Market Vs Sand Pirates

Stormers Vs Buwanika Bulls

Real Galaticals Vs YMCA

Hurriken Group:

Nkumba Select Vs Dalumba Richmonds

I.U.E.A Vs Kayunga Town Council

St Lawrence Vs Braza Braza

Mutesa Royal University Vs KIU

The Pepsi National beach soccer league resumes on Sunday evening at Lido beach in Entebbe with eight games are set to be played during the Match Day 11 fixtures.

In one of the highlight of the games, Nkumba Select, who have had a poor run thus far will entertain re-born club Dalumba Richmonds in a highly billed contest.

Nkumba’ s goal keeper, Kassim Ssenteza misses the tie because he was suspended for 4 games for unsporting conduct.

Perhaps, in Yasser Mugerwa, skipper, Douglas Muganga and lanky striker, Roch Somoka, Select have a formidable team of players who can pull any positive result given the playing conditions.

Dalumba Richmonds looks forward the magic feet of skipper Paul Lwere, Jonathan Kikoyongo and John Kokas Opejo for inspiration in their must win situation to keep their chances of qualification to next stage aloft.

We need a positive result from this fixture to brighten our chances of qualifying to the quarter finals.

Dalumba Richmonds coach, Kenneth Kiguli told Kawowo Sports.

Other Matches:

Monsoon group leaders, MUBS take on Talented Beach soccer club in one of the group games.

MUBS will be without striker Brian Nkuubi (away with the Uganda Kobs team in Mozambique) but glad that his partner – in – crime, Baker Lukooya is available for selection.

Other Moonson games will see Zaba Super Market take on Sand Pirates, Stormers will play Buwanika Bulls whilst Real Galaticals will play YMCA.

In the Hurriken group, Nkumba Select, who have blown hot and cold this season takes on Dalumba Richmonds in the opener.

 St Lawrence University battles Braza Braza as a physical outfit, KIU takes on Mutesa Royale University in the other game.

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

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