Boston High School players and officials celebrate their victory at Katabi on Wednesday Credit: © Kawowo Sports | DAVID ISABIRYE

Entebbe Zone Post Primary Football Championship 2018:



  • Boston High School, Mpala 1-0 Kisubi High School


  • Taggy Girls 1-0 Kisubi Mapeera

Boston High School, Mpala outwitted Kisubi High School 1-0 to win the 2018 Entebbe Zone post primary football championship.

[/media-credit] Boston High School players and officials celebrate their victory at Katabi on Wednesday Credit: © Kawowo Sports | DAVID ISABIRYE

Second half substitute Isaac Mubiru was the hero as he scored a last minute gasp winner during a well contested final played at the lake side Katabi Gombolola sandy play ground in Entebbe on Wednesday.

For now three years running, Boston High, Mpala has won the tournament in succession.

Winning coach, Hussein Mulawa, a goalkeeper with Masavu Football club saluted his charges for the spirit exhibited.

[/media-credit] Action between Boston High and Kisubi High at Katabi Gombolola play ground Credit: © Kawowo Sports | DAVID ISABIRYE
[/media-credit] Boston High players carry aloft their coach Hussein Mulawa Credit: © Kawowo Sports | DAVID ISABIRYE

The former Entebbe Young goalkeeper who was a darling at Mbale based Nabumali High School back in the days revealed;

We played like champions right from the group matches through to the knock out stage with no goal conceded and entertaining football.

The players have been training well for more than a month with a couple of friendly matches.

We deserved this victory as our target remains one – to represent Entebbe zone at the national finals once again.

In the women catergory, Taggy Girls school , Bunono overcame Kisubi Mapeera 1-0 in another well contested affair.

[/media-credit] Boston High in celebrations Credit:

In netball, Kennedy S.S overcame Boston during the final while Merryland High school, Kiggungu took the volleyball honours.

Chief guest, Gastone Baguma who represented the FUFA Finance  Director Decolas Kiiza handed over the trophies as well as certificates to the winning schools and runners up.

30 schools took part in boys’ football and only three in the girls’ catergory.

There were 21 schools in the netball event.

In 2017, Boston High School, Mpala became the first institution from Entebbe zone to play at the national championships which were held in Masaka.

Boston and Kisubi High will represent the zone at the Wakiso district qualifiers slated for next week at Wampewo in boy’s football as Taggy and Kisubi Mapeera will be in the women event.

Team Line ups:

Boston High School, Mpala:
James Atuhairwe , Daniel Atia, Charles Bukenya, Peter Kyanjo, Charles Kirumira, Moses Ambrose, Isima Mayanja, Reuben Wadde, Evanish  Makasa, Joseph Enyabu, Edgar Ssemayengo


Julius  Ssewalu, Isaac Mubiru, Joel Tusubira

Kisubi High School XI:

Charles Akot (G.K), Samuel Lokudu, James Majupi Maluage, Reuben Riak Pinyciuen, Daniesl Chol Deng, Constant Onzema, John Okello,  Mark Nyakwesbara, Alex Ladu Nasona, Emmanuel Koffi, Dut Garang Gaisgel


Puk Koang Diew, Vincent Ssebugulu, Michael Wade, Samson Jok Madic, Abraham Buyinza Wasswa. Ring Mayon Maror, William Kebibi

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

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