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By Vision Reporter

Added 22nd May 2006 03:00 AM

Uganda loses
chess
Round 1: Uganda 0 Latvia 4
UGANDA made a false start, losing 4-0 to Latvia, on day one of the chess Olympiad in Turin, Italy, on Sunday. Stephen Kawuma, on board one, lost to Grandmaster Normunds Miezis so did Shadrack Kantinti on board two to another Grandmaster Evg

Uganda loses
chess
Round 1: Uganda 0 Latvia 4
UGANDA made a false start, losing 4-0 to Latvia, on day one of the chess Olympiad in Turin, Italy, on Sunday. Stephen Kawuma, on board one, lost to Grandmaster Normunds Miezis so did Shadrack Kantinti on board two to another Grandmaster Evgeny Sveshnikov. Isaac Munanira and coach/captain Joe Kaamu suffered the similar fates.

Mulago afloat
Kobs 11 Entebbe 1
URA 9 Silver Springs 3
Chills 8 Me-Ups 4
Mulago 9 Police 3
Mukono 8 Posta 4
URA 8 Cooper 4
MULAGO darts club maintained their winning streak in the Kampala zone national league over Police over the weekend. The feat kept the hospital gurus atop the 15-team event with 22 points, two points adrift from URA.

JACC inspired
Rounders 203-7 JACC 204-8
JACC won by two wickets
JINJA Cricket Club captain Grace Mutyagaba said the pain of past defeats inspired his side to beat Rounders CC by two wickets at home in the Castle Lager league tie on Sunday. The whipping boys of local cricket came of age and held firm a side full of stars many of them their former players.

Bugerere win
Bugerere 3 Kyaggwe 0
BUGERERE county whipped Kyaggwe County in a thrilling Masaza Cup encounter over the weekend at Bishop’s grounds in Kyaggwe. Jimmy Kirunda put Bugerere in the lead with a well taken short in the first half. Salif Sebulye and Allan Oryek were the other scorers for Bugerere.

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