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SDCA advocates for arbitration

THE Super Division Clubs Association (SDCA) have asked Express FC officials to withdraw their court case against the national soccer federation officials....

Wanderers dominate Tornado B

WHEN these two sides met three months ago, the result was treated as a huge upset but Sunday at Kyambogo, Wanderers proved their eight-wicket Premier league...

UAF stuck over missing Kiprop

OFFICIALS of the domestic athletics governing body UAF have lost track of Isaac Kiprop a key athlete on the team due for the world half marathon on October...

UAF stuck over missing Kiprop

OFFICIALS of the domestic athletics governing body UAF have lost track of Isaac Kiprop a key athlete on the team due for the world half marathon on October...

Central edge Arua club in U-14 league

DEFENDING champions Central made a flying in the City Tyres U-14 soccer championship that started in Jinja yesterday.

KCC joins Express in FUFA boycott

DOMESTIC football suffered another major set-back yesterday after traditional giants Express FC and KCC FC decided to boycott all future FUFA-related activities....

Court places injunction on league

THE Super League scheduled to start today will not kick-off after court issued an injunction barring soccer governing body FUFA from organising the league....

Complex role of a rugby ref

NO matter what level of the match there will always be decisions that are difficult for a referee to make. This can be due to many different reasons but...

Marines hope to ride past rivals Riders

THE Nkumba Marines should rediscover the winning feeling when they battle the Knight Riders in the MTN-FUBA men’s first division today at YMCA.

Marines hope to ride past rivals Riders

THE Nkumba Marines should rediscover the winning feeling when they battle the Knight Riders in the MTN-FUBA men’s first division today at YMCA.

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Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

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The health minister, Dr Ruth Aceng, urged health workers to use the new facilities to save the newborns.