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SuperSport and New Vision to reward Cranes fansPublish Date: Jan 20, 2014
SuperSport and New Vision to reward Cranes fans
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New Vision reporter David Namunyala sorts the prizes. Photos By M.Nsubuga
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By Vision reporter

Uganda Cranes are enjoying the Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) in Cape Town.

And thanks to SuperSport, Cranes faithful have had the opportunity of enjoying the team’s remarkable run in the tournament designed for home-based players.

However, in a bid to ensure fans are rewarded with more than just the football, SuperSport and New Vision have in a joint partnership set aside valuable prizes for winners of a ‘Predict and Win’ Competition.

All that fans need to do is send their right predictions to 8338 (as instructed right) to qualify for the competition.

The prizes that include branded T-shirts, bottles and caps were handed over to New Vision by MultiChoice Public Relations manager Tina Wamala on Friday.

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