Uganda Beach Soccer League:
Match Day 12 Results:
- Nkumba University 4-2 Isabet
- Mutoola Beach 9-0 Entebbe Sharks
- Talented 2-13 St Lawrence University
- MS Sand Lions 5-5 Isabet
- Entebbe Sharks 3-4 St Lawrence University
- Nkumba University 8-2 Talented
Muwanguzi Cup women finals:
- Katuuso Community 3-2 Kampala Junior Team (KJT)
Nkumba University championed over Isabet 4-2 in an ill-tempered Uganda beach soccer league contest played at Lido beach in Entebbe on Sunday.
There were two send-offs in the highly charged up, physical and explosive duel as Nkumba University’s Daniel Nsubuga and Isabet’s goalkeeper Meddie Kibirige were engaged in a brawl.
Isaac Otto, also a striker at Uganda Premier League outfit Maroons scored twice in the game.
The other goals for Nkumba University came from Emmanuel Wasswa and Daniel Nsubuga.
Lawrence Bakiranze and Hamim Semakula got the two goals for Isabet.
Elsewhere, Mutoola Beach smiled 9-0 over Entebbe Sharks in a one sided encounter.
Herbert Lubwoyera led the scoring business with four goals.
Koire Nsenge registered a hat-trick before Peter Mukwaya and an unfortunate own goal from Yusuf Joloba crowned the day for Mutoola beach.
St Lawrence University humbled Talented 13-2 in the other match.
Raymond Mulungi scored five times, Sulaiman Ochero had four goals, John Tusuubira registered a hat-trick and Maurice Luyima scored the other goal for St Lawrence University.
Shafik Kitaka and Joseph Nyenje scored the two Talented’s goals.
Isabet’s second game ended in a stalemate with MS Sand Lions.
Musa ‘Dhino’ Ssali netted a hat-trick for MS Sand Lions before Steven Kinene and Angel Kayanja added the other two goals.
Isabet’s goals came from Ibrahim Lubwama (2), Rica Byaruhanga, Swaibu Kakwaya and an own goal by Joseph Zziwa Joseph.
Entebbe Sharks yet again suffered their second loss, falling 4-3 to St Lawrence University.
Raymond Mulungi and Swalleh Kiggundu each scored a brace for St Lawrence University.
Rajab Okello’s hat-trick was not enough for Entebbe Sharks.
Meanwhile, Nkumba University registered their second win on the day, condemning Talented 8-2.
Isaac Otto and Hassan Kivumbi led the scoring business for Nkumba University with a hat-trick apiece.
John Brosad Atwijuka scored Nkumba’s other goals.
Towering Derrick Ssekulima and Joseph Nyenje found the two consolation goals for Talented.
Meanwhile, Katuuso Community girls team won the Muwanguzi women finals after a comprehensive 3-2 win over Kampala Junior Team (KJT).
Prossy Nabukeera scored all the three goals for Katuuso Community as Precious Najjemba had a brace for Kampala Junior Team.