abortion http://degrisogono.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-themes-list-table.php geneva;”>The annual event is organised to celebrate Handball in Uganda and worldwide with “Handball through the years” the theme of the 2013 edition.
Reigning national league champions Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF) will have to see-off competition from Prison, Police and EverGreen the other strong sides in the tourney.
Police Metro, Lubiri guest teams from Kenya, Rwanda and Mayungano (a select team) are also expected to add more spice up to the event.
Unfortunately, women defending champions Nkumba University will not be able to defend their trophy with the timing of the event coming a fortnight after the university broke off for holidays while Ndejje, Makerere and Kampala University will also not participating leaving Prison Lady Spears, Police Lady Metro, and EverGreen Ladies as the only formidable senior female sides.
East African Schools champions Lubiri SS and national champions Gombe lead the pack in the Secondary Schools’ category that also has Namagabi S.S, Kakungulu Memorial School, Old Kampala S.S, St Balikuddembe S.S Mitala Maria, Kibibi, Mbogo High, Midland High School, Mariam High School Buddo S.S and St Henry’s College Kitovu (SHACK) who are making an appearance after close to 6 years of absence.
The Lubiri Meet will also help Uganda Handball Federation officials identify and evaluate players for U20 and U17 Women Olympic qualifiers due in August in Congo Brazzaville and the September Zone 5 Nations Championships in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.