“We missed three consecutive fixtures and the rule calls for disqualification despite the problem being beyond our control,”
Saturday Sept 16 at MUBS
VVC v Thunders, 9am
VVC v MUST, 11am
UCU v COPAB, 1pm
VVC v COPAB, 3pm
Thunders v NEMO, 11am
NEMO v Nkumba, 9am
MUST v Nkumba, 3pm
COPAB Nkumba, 11am
Sunday Fixtures at MUBS
Ndejje v Thunders, 9am
MUST v UCU, 9am
KAVC A v Espoir 11am
COPAB v UCU, 11am
MUST v KAVC B, 1pm
Ndejje v KCCA, 1pm.
After being disqualified from the national women volleyball league, Mulago volleyball club boss has vowed to return big.
Joseph Merry Ssempiira the club general secretary told New Vision on Tuesday that he does not blame the Uganda Volleyball Federation (UVF) executive for their exit but the foundation on which he laid his team on.
“We missed three consecutive fixtures and the rule calls for disqualification despite the problem being beyond our control,” Ssempiira said.
The team missed three consecutive fixtures and the last one being against Ndejje and Sport S last weekend when they didn’t show up.
“I blame our foundation because we have students and they are all busy doing examinations being the final year for some of the them,” Ssempiira explained.
He added that they are going to go back and plan to return to the elite because they have started recruiting non students to beef up their team.
They will continue on Saturday and Sunday with fourteen fixtures on card at Makerere University Business School.