Action between Yale and Masaka S.S in the 2017 Copa schools football tourney Credit:

2017 Copa Schools’ football:

Latest results:

  • St Mary’s Kitende 12-0 Sebei College
  • Amus College 0-0 Welden Mbarara
  • Bishop Sacrament Kimanya 6-0 King Solomon
  • Welden Mbarara 4-1 Yale
  • Buddo SS 3-0 Kiboga Progressive
  • Jinja S.S 2-0 Nkooma
  • Mbale Progressive 3-2 Arua S.S
  • St Mary’s Kitende 2-1 Nakaseke International college
  • St Juliana Gayaza 2-1 Green Hill Kyamulibwa
  • Old Kampala 1-2 Layibi College
  • Masaka S.S 1-0 Kamwenge S.S
  • Amus 4-0 Yale
[/media-credit] Buddo S.S XI. Buddo is one of the contenders in the Copa tournament Credit: © Kawowo Sports | DAVID ISABIRYE

The Copa national schools football championship continues in Masaka with a goals galore.

On Thursday, Blessed Sacrament Kimanya whitewashed King Solomon 6-0 in the most high scoring game of the day.

Welden Mbarara defeated Yale 4-1 in the other match. Buddo S.S were 3-0 winners over Kiboga Progressive as hosts Masaka S.S returned to winning ways with a slim 1-0 win against Kamwenge.

Action between Yale and Masaka S.S in the 2017 Copa schools football tourney Credit:

The highlight of the day was that epic clash between St Mary’s Kitende and Nakaseke International. Richard Wasswa’s coached side recovered from a goal down to win 2-1 at the St Jude playground.

Ivan Katumba gave Nakaseke International the lead on 11 minutes. Vipers midfielder cum forward Pius Wangi equalized 4 minutes later.

Fadiga Bamutulaki scored the winning goal two minutes from full time for the remarkable victory.

[/media-credit] Schools depart from Masaka S.S in a colourful procession to the Recreational stadium during the opening ceremony Credit: Fish

St Mary’s Kitende has so far posted the biggest score-line of the tournament so, winning 12-0 past Sebei College.

The early Friday morning duel between Welden and Amus College ended goal-less.

Kibuli S.S is the reigning champion.

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

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