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By Vision Reporter

Added 3rd November 2005 03:00 AM

Flat fee good
ATHLETICS Forum (AF) has advised Uganda Athletics Federation (UAF) to set a flat rate entry fee for the November 20 MTN Kampala International marathon or forfeit foreign competitors.

Flat fee good
ATHLETICS Forum (AF) has advised Uganda Athletics Federation (UAF) to set a flat rate entry fee for the November 20 MTN Kampala International marathon or forfeit foreign competitors. AF chairman Dickson Okello said that the entry fee for foreigners was exorbitant. Local athletes will pay sh5000 while foreign competitors will have to part with $25 (sh46,000).

November fix
FUFA normalisation committee is working to see that the Super League starts late November as earlier promised, and have fixed the registration of clubs for next Friday. The exercise will pave way for registration of players and the start of the league according to FUFA’s Kavuma Kabenge.

A Chameleon
TWENTY-THREE teams have registered for the Chameleon Cup due in Kawempe this month. A top prize of sh1m, a bull and a fabulous trophy are up for grabs in the event that will involve teams from Kawempe division. General Salim Saleh will grace the kick-off on November 13 at Kawempe Muslim primary school. Jose Chameleon, a musician, is the sponsor of the tournament.

Soccer music
KATUMWA Sports Centre has led a group of companies to sponsor the Radio Soccer gala set for Lugogo on November 27. Forty-five radio stations, both in Kampala and upcountry will compete in the gala organised by Connections Uganda under the theme, “Rivals on Air, Friends in Soccer”.

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