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By Vision Reporter

Added 22nd October 2007 03:00 AM

Ngeye need 5-0 win to advance
SOCCER - Ngeye need 5-0 win against Mpindi today to advance to the final of the Baganda clans soccer tournament. The second leg game at Nakivubo comes after the first leg where defending champions Mpindi registered a 4-0 victory.

Ngeye need 5-0 win to advance
SOCCER - Ngeye need 5-0 win against Mpindi today to advance to the final of the Baganda clans soccer tournament. The second leg game at Nakivubo comes after the first leg where defending champions Mpindi registered a 4-0 victory.

Ngeye need 5-0 win to advance

Baganda Clans tournament

Today: Semi-finals
Mpindi v Ngeye

SOCCER - Ngeye need 5-0 win against Mpindi today to advance to the final of the Baganda clans soccer tournament. The second leg game at Nakivubo comes after the first leg where defending champions Mpindi registered a 4-0 victory. Mpindi will again count on the experience of former professionals Augustine Nsumba and Yuda Mugalu in the Kobil Sponsored event. This year’s competition attracted over 30 teams.

G4 body born
SOCCER - Fans For Premiership Football (G4), an association which brings together all premiership fans in the country will be launched today at Club Oasis,Lugogo. The new body will have fans of Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea as the leading members. The fans have a chance to unite together as
one big block in the new body where the colour of their individual team jerseys will not matter. The fans will also exchange views on many issues.

Youth meet
National chess league

M.Knights 3.5 M. Kings 1.5
Luzira 2.5 K. Club 2.5
Aviation 3 Mengo 2

CHESS - Defending Champions Mulago Kings slipped to second position after a 1.5-3.5 defeat to arch rivals Mulago Knights in an exciting show of the national chess league at the weekend. Luzira regained top spot on 42.5 points, half a point ahead of the champions. Luzira edged Kampala Club. There will be more action in the annual competition in Kampala this weekend.

Sport in brief

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