Minister of Education and Sports Jessica Alupo has revealed that Government is in support of a Bill in Parliament that will help professionalise sports.
By Bruno Mugooda
Football finals for Boys;
Lira Sch of Nursing 0[pen3] Rubaga Medical Laboratory 0[pen1]
Girls finals; Lira Nursing School 3 Rubaga Nursing Sch 1
Boys finals; Gulu Sch of Clinical Officers 3 Rubaga Nursing School 2
Net ball finals;
Mengo Sch of Nursing 26 Jinja Sch of Nursing and Mid wifery 24
Selected Track and field results;
High Jump for girls;
Getrude Ayakaka --- Arua Sch of Nursing
Joan Opio ---- Lira School of Nursing
Jenifer Nasulwa --Hoima Sch of Nursing
Boys’ High jump;
Patrick Aden –Arua Sch of Nursing
Isaac Achora---Lira Sch of Nursing
Moses Otim---Florence Nightingle
Shot put men ; Franscis Achaye --- Arua
Abdul Konde ---Mulago Paramedical school
Franscis Orachi---Hoima Sch of Nursing
THE Minister of Education and Sports Jessica Alupo has revealed that Government is in support of a Bill in Parliament that will help professionalise sports.
Alupo said this during the closure of the 13th edition of the National Medical Institutions Sports Curriculum activities held at Jinja Secondary School play ground last Sunday.
Students of Lira School of Comprehensive Nursing celebrate after being announced overall winner in the National Games and Sports for Health Institutions in Uganda at Jinja S.S.S on Sunday.
40 medical schools took part in the four-day event. Lira School of Nursing emerged overall champions.
“The Government has done a lot in funding annual national primary, secondary school, institutional and university sports championships. “We are now looking at transforming sports as a career, where many Ugandans can earn a living from,” Alupo pointed.
Lira won the football title after defeating Rubaga Medical Laboratory School 3-1 on penalties. Lira’s 21-year-old goalkeeper David Ongom made three saves. Lira also lifted the girls’ volleyball title.
Lira claim Health Institutes'' title