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National Chess League: Wanyama vows to improve

By David Namunyala

Added 25th June 2016 01:37 PM

“I think Kireka Club is stronger and I am sure we shall take the title this season,” said Wanyama

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Harold Wanyama plots his next move during the final phase at the Chess Olympiad at Pope Paul Memorial Hotel, Rubaga. Photo/ David Namunyala

“I think Kireka Club is stronger and I am sure we shall take the title this season,” said Wanyama

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Division I, round 3
SOM             v   Makerere U’sity
Kyambogo            v              D’mark
City               v   Kireka
BOU             v   Mulago Kings  
Makindye    v   Mulago Knights  
Aviation       v   Mulago Overs
Mengo         v   Comrades

Division 2
Gambit        v   UCU Queens          
Lweza          v  Maisha
M.Pawns     v   Enkabi         
U. Knights        v   Crestals         
M. Queens       v   Bunamwaya           
C. Warriors      v   DECODA   
Busitema    v   Ndejje      
MUBS          v   Mulago Rooks
 
Kireka’s new signing Harold Wanyama has vowed to help the club improve in the National Chess League that resumes Sunday at Hotel Africana, Kampala today.

The FIDE Master title holder made his debut as the club defeated SOM Academy 3-2 and Kyambogo University 4.5-0.5

“I think Kireka Club is stronger and I am sure we shall take the title this season,” said Wanyama

The former Makindye club player is scheduled to start Sunday’s round with a tough game against City Chess Club’s International Master (IM) Elijah Emojong on board one.

He will also team up with Haruna Nsubuga, another new recruit also from City Club against Bank of Uganda.

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