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By Vision Reporter

Added 13th December 2005 03:00 AM

Juniors battle
boxing
LUKANGA and East Coast launched a fierce contest as the national juniors boxing championship entered day two at Lugogo yesterday. Lukanga took their tally to eight points while the Naguru side trailed them by a point. Kololo High School were third with five points while

Juniors battle
boxing
LUKANGA and East Coast launched a fierce contest as the national juniors boxing championship entered day two at Lugogo yesterday. Lukanga took their tally to eight points while the Naguru side trailed them by a point. Kololo High School were third with five points while

Juniors battle
boxing
LUKANGA and East Coast launched a fierce contest as the national juniors boxing championship entered day two at Lugogo yesterday. Lukanga took their tally to eight points while the Naguru side trailed them by a point. Kololo High School were third with five points while defending champions KBC tied with Kakira and Mengo at four points.

Lule drive
DOGGED by an old car for the better part of the season, Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) driver W0I Ismail Lule has embarked on a sh20m fundraising drive to buy a new Subaru Impreza. Lule has sh10m but the Subaru Impreza N-4 he wants will cost him sh30m. The UPDF driver said he will apply to FMU for a fundraising sprint.

Gulu triumph
Gulu University team piped the Old Boys’ side of St. Joseph College Layibi 2-1 in a friendly Saturday that was a build up to the university games due in Ndejje. Innocent Kinyera opened the scoring for Gulu University with a powerful shot on 30 minutes. Emmanuel Otema stretched the margin for a half time 2-0 score.

Match-fixers!
Vietnamese police have summoned four members of the national team over allegations of match-fixing at the Southeast Asian Games in the Philippines last month, it was reported Tuesday. The four, including a leading striker, were accused of receiving payments from Vietnamese gamblers to fix matches against Myanmar and Malaysia.

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