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NIC, Prisons, WOB wins netball games

By Johnson Were

Added 29th May 2016 11:51 AM

NIC were 47-36 winners against Police while Prisons defeated hard fighting UPDF 37-32 in a tightly contested game.

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Prisons players in yellow and maroon battle UPDF in white and red during the National Netball League at Namboole on Saturday. Prisons won 37-32. Photos/ Johnson Were

NIC were 47-36 winners against Police while Prisons defeated hard fighting UPDF 37-32 in a tightly contested game.

Results:
Women DIV1
NIC 47 Police 36
Prisons 37 UPDF 32
UCU 28 KCCA 28

MEN:
WOB 46 Red stars 31
Division 2
Blue Stars 34 Kawempe 31
Welden 0 Maroons 60 (W/O)
TLC 43 Nansana 27

  goal defender odra asasira tries to stop edstars goal shooter ndrew wasswa from scoring  won 4631 WOB goal defender Godra Nasasira tries to stop Redstars goal shooter Andrew wasswa from scoring. WOB won 46-31.

 

It was the same winning story for former women’s league champions National Insurance Corporation (NIC), defending champions Prisons and men's side Wob as they all emerged winners in the national netball league games held at Namboole Stadium on Saturday.

NIC were 47-36 winners against Police while Prisons defeated hard fighting UPDF 37-32 in a tightly contested game.

  layer in blue battles a  player during the ational won netball league at amboole stadium he two drew 2828 UCU Player in blue battles a KCCA player during the National won netball league at Namboole stadium. The two drew 28-28.

 
Prisons Coach Imelda Nyongesa lauded her charges for the win saying that, "a win is a win and I know the girls worked hard for this win because UPDF is improving game by game."

However, KCCA coach Douglas Katabalwa regretted the substitution he made after 28 all result with Uganda Christian University Mukono (UCU).

"I was winning this game but I made substitutions which didn't perform to expectation," Katabalwa told New Vision after the game.

Meanwhile in the men’s league Wob were 46-31 winners over RedStars in a much physical game that excited fans.

Goal shooter David Ndiwafa scored Agame high 32 goals leaving his teammate goal attacker Sharif Kiberu to add the 14points.

Netball action continues on Saturday with over six games on card.

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