The 2019 Ludo Super League will dice off this Sunday morning, with all 16 teams converging at Kalerwe Just-Life.
The longest travellers on the opening day are Gerenge from Entebbe and the newly promoted Homiez from Mukono as well as the Buloba Ludo Club.
Teams relegated former champions, Kawanda Giants, Basajja, Ddembe, and Ntawo have given way to Balandiza, Kisaasi Youth, The Homiez, The Property Saints, Buloba A and Lugala to make their debuts in the country’s prestigious league.
Kazinga LC will be without their top scorer Andrew Kabala but will base their moves on the new signings in Joanita Nakimbowa and Jane Nansamba alongside Jones Musinzi.
Kamwokya Corner will miss services of their former game processor Tom Enock but will depend on Douglas Muyimbwa and Ephraim Musisi for the same roles.
Nansana Galaxy will be without their scoring machines John Kalungi and game planner, John Matovu, but senior players and former MVPs in Mubiru Emma and Nagadya Beth are expected as board one starters alongside Ssemwanga Twaha, their highly trusted new signing.
Kings who finished third last season will enjoy services of former MVP Matovu Huzaifa who scored 44 goals last season and senior player Kassango Fandi
Kazo Hill will enjoys services of Orukit Robert and a new record signing in Fahad Ssewankambo.
Defending champions, Nansana AllStars, have taken nothing for granted with both USPA 2018 MVP and captain Rose Mary Nsereko and individual 2018 champion Abdu Sallam Lubowa are expected on board one.