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By Vision Reporter

Added 9th October 2007 03:00 AM

GTV to meet stadia officials
SOCCER - GTV officials will today meet officials of various stadia where the Super soccer league matches will be held. The television company that recently signed a deal with FUFA on media and television rights, will have live broadcasts of the top soccer comp

GTV to meet stadia officials
SOCCER - GTV officials will today meet officials of various stadia where the Super soccer league matches will be held. The television company that recently signed a deal with FUFA on media and television rights, will have live broadcasts of the top soccer comp

GTV to meet stadia officials
SOCCER - GTV officials will today meet officials of various stadia where the Super soccer league matches will be held. The television company that recently signed a deal with FUFA on media and television rights, will have live broadcasts of the top soccer competition. Before holding discussions with the stadia officials, GTV top guns will inspect the facilities. The new league season will kick off on November 2 with former champions Express and SC Villa battling. GTV’s Neil Mackenzie will lead his team while FUFA’s group will have the head of the marketing committee Dennis Mbidde.

Beach bonanza
VOLLEYBALL - Uganda Beach Volleyball Commission has delayed the third leg of this year’s Club Pilsner circuit by one week. The competition which was due at Lido beach, Entebbe on Sunday, was pushed forward on the request of Uganda Volleyball Federation and National University Sports Federation of Uganda. The delay is prompted by the national universities volleyball championships to be held at Ndejje University the same time.

Workshop set
World Road Running Prizes
Individual prizes
Winner sh52m
Second sh26m
Third sh17.5m
Team Prizes
Winner sh26m
Second sh21m
Third 15m

SOCCER - Uganda’s team for the World Road Running championships due in Udine, Italy on Sunday, could win part of sh213m in prize money to be given out to the top performers.

Sport in brief

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