Ndejje university will step on court focused to seal their national handball league titles in both the women and men's categories
PIC: Makerere players tucle Ndejje (blue). PHOTO: Johnson Were
Makerere v Nkajja, 10am
Kyengeza Bees v Prison Lady Spears, 11.30am
Ndejje Lady Hoppers v UPDF, 2pm
Evergreen vs. Mukono Lions, 10am
Kyengeza Bees vs. Makerere, 11.30am
UPDF v Ndejje Hoppers, 2pm
Makerere Bulls v Evergreen, 10am
Ndejje Hoppers vs. Mukono Lions, 11.30am
Prison Spears v UPDF, 2pm
KAMPALA - Ndejje University handball teams will on Saturday step on court focused to seal their national handball league titles in the men and women's categories respectively with a game in hand.
According to team captain Felix Mukunzi, the Saturday game against UPDF is going to be a tough one, but they are not ready to postpone their title defense celebrations.
"We have not lost a single game, UPDF has lost a game, but we are not ready to take chances and that is why we are going out for a win," Mukunzi said.
"We want as our women who are also unbeaten to celebrate victory, as we celebrate our title defense," Mukuzi added.
Nkajja's Rosemary Achieng strikes at Kyengeza during the league game at Nambole. Nkajja won 72-11. (Credit: Johnson Were)
Mukunzi will pair up with last weekend's top scorer Jonathan Atandu who scored a game high eight points against Makerere.
In the ladies category, Ndejje who are yet to lose a game face UPDF in a campaign that will seal their maiden league title since joining the league.
Makerere ladies will also face Nkajja while in the men's category Evergreen take on Mukono Lions, Kyengeza take on Makerere.
On Sunday, Makerere hosts Evergreen, Ndejje play Mukono while Prisons entertain UPDF in the battle forces.