and diagnosis geneva;”>Nemostars were fresh from the Confederation of African Volleyball Club in Libya were they finished 11th out of 17 clubs.
The side was playing competitive volleyball for the second time in two weeks after they had successfully defended the KCCA Park Volleyball tournament.
The game against UCU provided the spectators a chance to see the side that made history as the first men’s club from Uganda to be ranked by the CAVB after the 32 years of waiting.
Led by skipper George Aporu who managed 17 points on the day Nemostars won the game in three straight sets (25-22, 25-18, 25-23)
Eager to win his first league title, Christopher Ajena added another 13 as Louis ‘Doctor’ Mubangizi (11) were the only ones in double figures.
Former UCU player Tom Paul Amou could only register 8, Oscar Limtek 2, Steven Wandera 1.
Setter Smith Okumu also spared some time off as he managed three points, two with his well-timed block and other off his service.
Last year’s team top scorer Anthony Oleuko who missed the Libyan trip also recorded 2.As UCU contributed an impressive 18 free points.
Nemostars are now fourth, six points behind log leaders Nkumba Navy who have played two games more.
And behind Ndejje and KAVC who are tied in second and third on five points.