L-R: Clive Kyazze, Joel Muyita, Brian Tuka and Emanzi Ndyamuhaki
L-R: Clive Kyazze, Joel Muyita, Brian Tuka and Emanzi Ndyamuhaki

For the second time this year, Ugandan sports journalists converged to put their brains to work in a sports quiz at Route 256 bar in Kampala Wednesday evening.

Team Agosto, captained by Capital FM’s Brian Tuka, edged the four other sides to win for the second time this year having won the inaugural event in January.

The competition attracted four media teams and a guest team from the Uganda Olympic Committee.

The quiz, organized by former contestant for the Uganda Sports Press Association (USPA) presidency Leon Ssenyange, is expected to take place more regularly as one of the ways of interacting and sharing ideas.

Winners took home a cash prize, hampers from sponsors.


The teams were tasked to answer questions in four rounds.

The first two rounds allowed the teams to use any gadget to access information while the third, where phones and other gadgets were prohibited, involved selecting the most correct answer from the given objectives.

The last round had each team selecting a representative to answer a trivia question.

Participating teams

Team Agosto

Brian Tuka (Capital FM/Kwese Free Sports)

Ndyamuhaki Emanzi (The Observer/Kawowo Sports)

Joel Muyita (Chimprepports)

Clive Kyazze (Daily Monitor/ Kawowo Sports)

Team VEK

Ismael Kiyonga (Kawowo Sports)

Katende Malibu (Freelance)

Raymond Ssekandi (The Observer)

Sharifah Ramah Namagoba (Kawowo Sports)

Team Balongo

Thomas Muruka (New Vision)

Aisha Nakato (Kawowo Sports)

Uthman Ssempebwa (UBC)

Mark Kirumira (Freelance)

Team UOC

Arthur Nuwagaba

Joseph Mutalya

Brandon Katura

Felix Eupal

Team Padiya

Innocent Ndawula (Daily Monitor)

Elvis Ssenono (Daily Monitor)

Davis Karashani

Denis Musali (Kawowo Sports)

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