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Maganjo boosts Bombers

By Vision Reporter

Added 6th September 2003 03:00 AM

MAGANJO Grain Millers have once again extended a hand to the Bombers in their All Africa Games preparations.

MAGANJO Grain Millers have once again extended a hand to the Bombers in their All Africa Games preparations.

By Samson Opus and William Muwonge
MAGANJO Grain Millers have once again extended a hand to the Bombers in their All Africa Games preparations.
The Kawempe-based food giants have offered to feed the boxing team as they prepare for the continental contest.
Maganjo marketing manager Alex Sejutta delivered the first consignment of the food basket to Uganda Amateur Boxing Federation (UABF) on Thursday.
“We are proud to be associated with a victorious team. We shall always be at the ready to help them in their endeavours,” said Sejutta.
The 11-man squad that beat Kenya, Rwanda and Ethiopia to the King’s Cup last week, enters residential on Monday.
The team includes Commonwealth silver medallist Joseph Lubega (light heavyweight) . Others are J. Katongole (light flyweight), M. Mubiru (flyweight) , A. Mugerwa (featherweight), G. Aliga (batamweight) , E. Akora (lightweight) . Also in the team are S. Tebazalwa (light welterweight) , A. Daku(welterweight), A. Wandera(middleweight) , T. Sekabira (heavyweight) and N. Bule (super heavyweight).

- This year’s King’s boxing Cup lived to his status as an AIBA ranking contest with a level of organisation not seen before.
Uganda A (29 points), winners since the inaugural show in 2000, went a step better with another crown at Lugogo Indoor stadium.
Kenya came second with 27 points in the trouble free event sponsored by Super FM and Semat Production.
Disappearance of gate revenue, untidy officials and time keeping failures marred past events and threatened future competitions.
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Maganjo boosts Bombers

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