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Lamunu, Kisalita dominate handball

By Johnson Were

Added 22nd May 2019 04:48 PM

Prisons lost their first game of the season to Nkumba on Saturday to stay third with six points

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A Nkajja player with the ball attacks Kyengeza goal. Nkajja won the game. PHOTO: Johnson Were

Prisons lost their first game of the season to Nkumba on Saturday to stay third with six points

 
National Handball League Results
 
Men:
 
Evergreen 38 Prisons 49
 
Kyambogo 38 Kyengeza 22
 
Police 43 Mukono 30
 
Women:
 
Kawanda 27 Police 25
 
Nkumba 28 Prisons 24
 
Kyengeza 24 Nkajja 27
 
Top three on table standings
 
Men:
 
Ndejje 8
 
Makerere 6  
 
Prisons 6
 
Women:
 
Nkumba 9pts
 
Ndejje 8
 
Prisons 4
 
Top Scorers
 
Men
 
Isma Kisalita (Makerere) 38
 
Dan Aboku (Makerere) 34
 
Women:
 
Scovia Lamunu (Prisons) 53
 
Amina Namagembe (Nkajja) 44
 
Despite her side’s 28-24 defeat to former champions Nkumba University on Saturday, Prison's Scovia Lamunu maintained the top spot in the scorers' chart of the Women National handball league.
 
Prisons lost their first game of the season to Nkumba on Saturday to stay third with six points while Nkumba stayed on top with nine points from five games. Ndejje is second with eight points from four games.
 
In the other women games, Kawanda secondary school stunned Police with a 27-25 win in a tightly contested game that saw Police players claim poor officiation by the referees.
 
“Referees must apply the rules well on the court. We are putting a lot of time in this game but referees seem to only know the rules in theory but cannot apply them properly,” an official Wyne Frank said.
 
Kyengeza lost to Nkajja 27-24 in the games played at Mandela National Stadium Namboole
 
In the men’s league, Evergreen lost 49-38 to former champions Prisons, Kyambogo beat Kyengeza 38-22 while Police whipped Mukono Lions 43-30.
 
Ndejje tops the standings with eight points from four games while Makerere is second with six points and Prisons also six points in the third position.

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