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Ball Games II at Dr. Obote College in Lira

By Aloysius Byamukama

Added 20th July 2017 07:02 AM

Action continues at Dr. Obote College at this year's National Secondary Schools Sports Association Ball Games II.

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Action continues at Dr. Obote College at this year's National Secondary Schools Sports Association Ball Games II.

BALL GAMES II | LIRA

There is distinguished high competition for the netball accolade at this year’s edition of the National Secondary Schools Sports Association Ball Games II at Dr. Obote College, Boroboro in Lira.

Holders St. Mary’s Kitende, now vying for a record 14th title, seem to be having no problem winning every game that comes their way in their group, but it won't be easy defending their title, considering their opponents seem to have come tougher this time.

Missing the services of towering Goal Shooter Mary Cholhok, the East Africa secondary schools netball holders had by Tuesday evening won their third straight game in group A, but will now find stiff challenge from Exodus College, Blessed Sacrament Kimaanya, Kibuli SS and London College in their quest for title number 14.

St. Mary's Kitende (yellow) in action against Kiboga Progressive in netball


In the girls' volleyball, Kinaawa High School remained on course for a third straight title, with a 2-0 win over Kitende to qualify for the second round of the games.

Challengers Trust High and St. Bridget Girls Mbarara also made it to the next round with a third straight win, as Maryhill High School beat Namugongo 2-1 to top their group.

Holders Kinaawa (black) beat Kitende in girls' volleyball


Action continues with Rugby 7s, handball, netball and volleyball and the games will climax on Sunday with the finals in all disciplines.

Athletics started with preliminary rounds in the boys and girls track and field events.

Participants compete in the boys' short put

 

 

 It's all about strength, stamina and stability

 

 

Athletes burst across the finish line in the boys' 200m preliminary round

 

 
 

A Ntare School volleyballer goes for a spike against Boston in boys' volleyball

 

 

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A Kibuli SS handballer targets goal against Ntare School

 

 

A Kiboga player tries to beat a Kitende opponent in netball

 

 

This Kakira netball player stretches for the ball against Welden School Mbarara

 

SELECTED RESULTS

Netball

Mbarara Army 23 St Noah 16

Sentah 31 St James 15

Bbulo 33 Mandela 18

Nweranyangi 30 St atherine 18

Nkoma 28 Akii Bua 14

Dynamic 38 Bwera 18

Bright Light 36 Southern Col 31

Kennedy 34 Budinse 19

Kitende 66 Kiboga 10

Welden 44 Noterdom 18

Volleyball (girls)

Kashaka 2 Gayaza 1

Nabbingo 2 St Noah 0

Kinoni 2 Kikyuja 0

Kinawa 2 St Mary’s 0

St Elizabeth 2 Dr obote 0

Trust 2 Rehaboth 0

St Bridget 2 Tororo 0

Bweranyangi 2 Katikamu 0

Maryhill 2 Namugongo 1

Volleyball (boys)

Ntare 2 Boston 0

Teso ol 2 Model 0

Luyanzi 2 Nabumali 0

Amach 2 Seroma 0

Buremba 2 Dr Obote 0

Mbale 2 Itendero 1

Mbarara High 2 Kitagata 0

Reboth 2 Geralds 0

Kimanya 2 Nyakyera 0

Handball (girls)

Gombe 18 Sacred 4

Kibuli 24 Maryhill 1

Trinity 5 Wampewo 4

Bweranyangi 14 kawanda 14

Dynami 19 maryhill 15

Bwongyera 00 Iganga 15

Mbogo 15 Nabbingo 02

Handball (boys)

Wagwa 16 Sacred Heart 6

Mbogo 13 Mbarara 12

Kibuli 14 Gombe 6

Kakungulu 29 Wampewo 10

Dynamic 18 Kiira 13

Kibuli 17 Ntare 8

Gombe 20 Mbarara 11

 

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