As recent as 31 July, Ugandans didn’t know what next for the Uganda Premier League, having lost the previous sponsors Azam, and without any indication...
So, for as long as there are clients in the gym, the boxers have no business in Lugogo.
That notwithstanding, there are still some lessons to learn from the biennial competition.
As a staunch KCCA fan, I would love to see my hugely funded club scaling heights that no other Ugandan side has reached.
The second edition of the meet, featuring many of the country’s top talents at Namboole on Saturday, left everyone impressed.
It was a thriller packed with surprises. To put it simply, there seemed to be no giants.
Should we expect more shocks, or it will be the traditional giants marching on.
The Burundi international nailed a game high 17 points and 11 rebounds to lead his team to a sweet victory.
We should thank God we still have Denis Onyango. He is undoubtedly still among Africa’s best.
It’s like asking Jesus to save the devil from hell.
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