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Waleed vows to win fourth round of motocross

By Vision Reporter

Added 5th June 2015 03:28 PM

Table leader Waleed Omar is determined to win the fourth round of Motocross Championships on Sunday at Busiika and he has told his rivals "catch me if you".

Waleed vows to win fourth round of motocross

Table leader Waleed Omar is determined to win the fourth round of Motocross Championships on Sunday at Busiika and he has told his rivals "catch me if you".

By Johnson Were

Sunday - Busiika

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65cc standings:


1. Waleed Omar 177pts

2. Arnold Nyanzi 149

3. Habibu Kiggundu 119

4. Malcom Omoding 106

6. Esther Mwangala 90

50cc standings:

1. Isabella Blick 171pts

2. Milton Akaki 143

3. Ash Mbabazi 126

4. Ryan Aruho 97

5. Malcom Omoding 93
 
Table leader Waleed Omar is determined to win the fourth round of Motocross Championships on Sunday at Busiika and he has told his rivals "catch me if you".


"I have trained and I'm ready for any rider. The track is new and sandy enough for me to power my bike to the limit," Waleed stated.

Waleed will face challengers Arnold Nyanzi (149), Habibu Kiggundu (119), Malcom Omoding (106) and Esther Mwangala (90), in second, third, fourth and fifth positions respectively.

Meanwhile the only female rider battling for honours in the 50cc class, Isabella Blick has promised to give her rivals a run for their money in the Mountain Dew National Motocross Championships.

Isabella, 7, said her motivation was the desire to impress her 3-year old brother William Blick Jr. who will be making his debut in the Peewee class.

"I have not trained enough because of medication but am ready for them and to inspire William," Isabella stated.

Isabella (171pts), will battle her rival Milton Akaki (143) in the second position, Ashi Mbabazi, Ryan Aruho and Malcom Omoding.

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