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Lunkuse, Ssangalyambogo inspire Seals
Publish Date: Apr 07, 2014
Lunkuse, Ssangalyambogo inspire Seals
Jamila Lunkuse swims her way to the 400m Breaststroke gold. Photo by Michael Nsubuga
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By Michael Nsubuga

Seeta High Swimming Gala 

                Boys        Girls      Total 

Seals         53           62          115pts

Seeta         45           41          86

Greenhill   32           38          70

UMNSC     06           06          12 

Swimmer of the day: Emma Kiwanuka (Seeta High) 

Best Overall Boys: Nuwa Ssenkebe (Seals)

Girls: Katrina Sara Ssangalyambogo (Seals) 

Best time Boys: Nuwa Ssenkebe (Seals)

Girls: Anthea Mudanye (Seals)

Most improved swimmer: Napoleon Naleeba (Seeta) 

EXPERIENCE proved decisive as swimmers from the Seals Club came top at the annual Seeta High School annual age group swimming gala at Seeta High School on Saturday.

Seals’ Nuwa Ssenkebe walked away with three medals as his club topped the one-day championship held at the schools’ pool.

He received medals for being the best overall boy and for posting the best time on top of being the best in his age category (13-14) years.

Katrina Ssangalyambogo won Best Overall Swimmer (girls) at the event. Photo by Michael Nsubuga

Nuwa Ssenkebe also of Seals posted the best times in the Boys' category. Photo by Michael Nsubuga

Katrina Sara Ssangalyambogo also won the best overall girls accolade at the championship that attracted swimmers from four clubs.

Alexis Kituka and Mercedes Aman of the Seals that is comprised of swimmers from 7 schools were also the best in the 12 and under and 13-14 years categories respectively.

Olympian Jamila Lunkuse, back on holiday led the Seals’ charge winning the opening day’s 400m freestyle race in 5:28:78 in the 15-17 years’ category.

Her win was followed by successive wins from Anthea Mudanye (100m freestyle) Mercedes Aman and Ann Mudanye (13-14 years) with Nicole Lutalo also winning her heat in the same category.

Rachael Ssengonzi (12 and under) and Katrina Ssangalyambogo (13-14) were also outstanding in the 50m morning session butterfly heats.

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