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AAR, Corporates reach deal

By Vision Reporter

Added 25th September 2006 03:00 AM

AAR are the Corporate League official medical service providers for the next five years.

AAR are the Corporate League official medical service providers for the next five years.

By Swalley Kenyi

Sunday results
Africana 3 SPEDAG 0
New Vision 1 Mogas 1
Standard 2 URA 2
URA 1 Allied Bank 1
X-tel 0 New Vision 2
Mogas 1 utl 0
Africana 2 Magazine 0
SPEDAG 1 Stanbic 2
New Vision 1 NSSF 0
Coca Cola 3 Telechoice 0
Africana 3 Olam 0
Motorcare 0 New Vision 2
AAR 1 Stanbic 2
Celtel 1 Kabojja 0
Nile Bank 1 AAR 0
Nat’l Water 1 New Vision 0

AAR are the Corporate League official medical service providers for the next five years.

Air Ambulance Rescue (AAR) managers Lucas Greyling and Frank Tindyebwa signed the deal that begins next year before the press at Kyadondo Rugby club on Sunday.

The event that formalised AAR’s four year voluntary service since 2003 was witnessed by the league chairman Mike Kajubi and his executive.

Under the deal any person who gets injured during the games will be taken care of by AAR for the period of the games.

“It is important to AAR because it gives peace of mind to the participants and their family members during the league,” Greyling said.

Meanwhile, Mogas and The New Vision made good account of themselves by winning their games before drawing against themselves on Sunday.

Mogas trounced Olam 4-0 before beating utl 1-0, while New Vision beat Motorcare, X-tel 2-0, NSSF and National Water 1-0 before the draw with Mogas.

AAR, Corporates reach deal

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