Beach Soccer League 1st Round Closes

buy geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>In one of the games for match day seven, ambulance MUBS walloped Buwanika Bulls 3-1 with Ben Ocen, this Denis Ssekandi and Joachim Goloba scoring for the Nakawa-based University team while Kenneth Senyonga was on the mark for Buwanika in Hurriken Group.

A player tries to wire a shot during the competitions

In another battle for supremacy in the same group, Makerere University was thumped 5-2 by Mengo International with goals from Ronald Ssonko for the Ivory Tower side while Phillip Rwezawula and Nicolas Kamya scored four and one goal, respectively, for Mengo.

Meanwhile, in Monsoon Group, Kira Young beat Braza Braza 5-3 where Richard Kasagga scored four times before Bakerzy Lukoya scored the other goal to seal the win for Kira.

Razak Mulindwa scored two goals while Rasiasi Bakilonze scored the other for Braza Braza.


Nakawa-based MUBS are third on the table

St Lawrence University is now at the top of the table in Group Hurriken with 18 points while Nkumba Select follows in second position due to a better goal difference.

Nakawa-based MUBS are third on the table with 15 points in seven games so far played.

Meanwhile, Stormers with 15 points are top of Monsoon Group while Kira Young with 14 points are in second position in the seven games played in the first round.

Students in action at Lido Beach

The Uganda Beach Soccer Association and FUFA organised league, resumes in January next year.

St Lawrence University is the defending champion of the Pepsi sponsored Beach Soccer League.

Revelers enjoy the match

Sunday Beach Soccer League results:


MUBS 9-3 Zai Plaza

Mengo Int.6-3Fisheries TI

Nkumba Select 4-3 St.Lawrence

Buwanika Bulls 1-3 MUBS

Makerere University 2-5 Mengo International


Stomers 3-0 Kabalagala Rangers

Richmond Strikers 3-4 Zaba SM

Real Galacticos 4-3 KIU

Braza Braza 3-5 Kira Young.

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