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Uganda Beach Soccer Association (UBSA) League (Latest Results):


Stomers 7-4 Nkumba University

MUBS 1-4 Isabeti

MS Sand Lions 3-7 Buganda Royal University

Mengo Hospital 2-7 Kyadondo Galaticos

Talented 0-3 St Lawrence University (*Walk-Over)


Nkumba Univ 5-1 Katuuso community

Nkumba Univ 7-1 Talented

Talented 0- 13 Muteesa 1 Royal

Muteesa 1 Royal 3- 0 Ajax queens

[/media-credit] Stomers’ player (in black) during action at Lido beach

Stomers Beach Soccer Club overcame Nkumba University 7-4 at Lido beach, Entebbe on Sunday.

Godfrey Lwesibawa starred with four goals as Ramathan Dudu grabbed a hat-trick.

Allan Katwe (brace), Solomon Ovoyo and Hassan Kivumbi were each on target for Nkumba University.

This was one of the games played on Sunday on a historic day that CAF General Secretary Amr Fahmy with the futsal and beach committee members watched some of the games in Uganda.

In the other matches, Isabeti humbled MUBS 4-1. Isabeti captain Roch Somoka led by example when he scored a hat-trick. Allan Kayiwa scored the other goal.

Meanwhile, Jalil Zinula got MUBS’ consolation.

Buganda Royal University humiliated MS Sand Lions 7-3. Amos Etiang, Paul Kato, Primo Kimera, Deo Ssengendo (2) and Paul Lule (2) scored for Buganda Royal.

Simon Kizito and two own goals from Paul Kato were the consolation goals for MS Sand Lions.

Kyadondo Galaticos smiled to a 7-2 win against Mengo Hospital.

Hamid Kafeero led the assault with four four goals to his name. Eddie Kityo (brace) and Jacob Kalule were the other scorers for the rampant Galacticos.

Tony Kawooya netted the two goals for Mengo Hospital as consolation.

Talented failed to show up in their encounter against star studded St Lawrence University.

Meanwhile, in the women matches, Nkumba University whipped Katuuso community 5-1.

Dorcus Nabuffu scored thrice and Betty Nakubulwa with Sanyu Judith community the misery for Rogers Nkungwa’s coached Katuuso.

Fatumah Nakasumba managed the consolation for Katuuso community.

Nkumba University were again 7-1 winners against Talented.

This time round, Nabuffu scored five goals as an individual with Sanyu and Fatumah Cucu adding the others.

Jauhar Nakibule pulled a goal back for Talented to give the final scoreline a respectable worthy second look.


Talented fell down 13-0 to Muteesa I Royal University in arguably the biggest scoreline of the season so far.

Margret Biraabwa led the rout and goal scoring business with 6 goals to her name. Other scorers were Carlo Anyango with a hattrick and a brace a piece from Margret Namirimu and Sharon Namatovu.

Muteesa I Royal also pipped Ajax queens 3-1. Namatovu scored twice and Biraabwa got the other goal.

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

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