“I know it is going to be a tough year but I will try to balance both sports and education"
Mugabi said that Uganda is the best in the region, but that should not put Ugandan players in a comfortable seat.
The three-day event funded has attracted participants from Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi and Uganda
The tournament has games in the men and women singles, men doubles and mixed doubles.
In the women's Standing Lower (SL 3) category, defending champion Elizabeth Mwesigwa walloped her Cameroonian opponent.
Kasirye who was the only surviving Ugandan in the contest, fell to his 35-year-old opponent in the round of 16 game.
Naluwooza came from one set down (18-21) to beat Fadilah 21-14 in the second set and then 24-22 in the decisive set to win the title for the second consecutive...
The tournament will be competed for by over 30 schools.
Naluwooza from Mbogo High had a fruitful weekend
The items that include 560 rackets, 140 shuttles, 56 nets and 28 racket bags
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