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By Vision Reporter

Added 11th February 2002 03:00 AM

FFUMBE, with 28 boxers, are the biggest entry for the Bika championships that have attracted 139

139 for Bika FFUMBE, with 28 boxers, are the biggest entry for the Bika championships that have attracted 139 boxers. The weigh-in for the championship that starts today at Lugogo were successfully held yesterday. Bika champions Ffumbe have 28, Ngo follow with 24, Mamba 21 and Nkima 19. The Buganda clans bonanza has attracted 11 teams. The national open category has drawn 49 pugilists while inter-mediates bracket has 51. ---------- Ethiopia call UGANDA athletes have been invited to Ethiopia for the Jan Meda International Cross-country Championship February 24. The invitation from Ethiopia Athletics Federation (EAA) requested the local federation to send three athletes and one official, whose foreign expenses including air tickets will be catered for by the organisers. “The junior team is most likely to travel if they are included on the programme ,” said UAAF general secretary Patrick Okanya when contacted for comment. ---------- AGM put off THE Uganda Hockey Association general assembly was adjourned to March 2 on Saturday after members dismissed the un-audited accounts presented by treasurer Olive Kagere. “It is sabotage. Members brought their accounts late to me,” Kagere pleaded. Chairman Arthur De Mello looked on shocked as members said all they wanted were audited accounts. Chris James, with hand on chin pondered the next move, as other executives looked startled. The house voted for an adjournment.

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