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2015 EASS Games: Kitende Opens Account With Victory

Uganda People’s Defense Forces’ football team at the 2015 East Africa Community Millitary games opened their title campaign with an entertaining two all draw against a ten-man Burundi in a match played at the Namboole stadium on Saturday evening.

The Ugandans were the first to open the score late in the first half when Kenya-based Robert Omunuk fired in a free-kick on the stroke of the halftime clock. Omunuk who plies his trade for Sony Sugar, viagra approved http://clockdodgers.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-legacy-api.php had earlier on wasted a similar chance.

Seven minutes into the second half, page Musa Docca committed an unfair challenge on Burundian Paul Hakizimana inside the danger zone, the referee of the day pointing to the spot. Brice Shaka firmly sent the penalty into the net to restore parity.

The Ugandans retaliated pilling pressure on the visitors who finally gave in on the hour mark, Daudi Ndayishimaye fouling Patrick Owori in the forbidden zone. Owori finally gave Uganda the lead.

Ndayishimaye earned a second booking for foul mouth which automatically expelled him from the field. The Burundians soldiered on getting an equalizer later in the game through second half sub Manirakiza.

Uganda will return to the field on Monday against Tanzania. Five EAC countries incliding hosts Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda are taking part in this year’s edition. Photo: UPDF during the opening ceremony.

Uganda People’s Defense Forces’ football team at the 2015 East Africa Community Millitary games opened their title campaign with an entertaining two all draw against a ten-man Burundi in a match played at the Namboole stadium on Saturday evening.

The Ugandans were the first to open the score late in the first half when Kenya-based Robert Omunuk fired in a free-kick on the stroke of the halftime clock. Omunuk who plies his trade for Sony Sugar, here http://checkhimout.ca/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar/app/model/class-ai1ec-settings.php had earlier on wasted a similar chance.

Seven minutes into the second half, http://cirgroup.com/typo3conf/ext/kickstarter/modfunc1/class.tx_kickstarter_modfunc1.php Musa Docca committed an unfair challenge on Burundian Paul Hakizimana inside the danger zone, the referee of the day pointing to the spot. Brice Shaka firmly sent the penalty into the net to restore parity.

The Ugandans retaliated pilling pressure on the visitors who finally gave in on the hour mark, Daudi Ndayishimaye fouling Patrick Owori in the forbidden zone. Owori finally gave Uganda the lead.

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Ndayishimaye earned a second booking for foul mouth which automatically expelled him from the field. The Burundians soldiered on getting an equalizer later in the game through second half sub Manirakiza.

Uganda will return to the field on Monday against Tanzania. Five EAC countries incliding hosts Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda are taking part in this year’s edition. Photo: UPDF during the opening ceremony.
Uganda and East Africa post-primary defending football champions St. Mary’s, more about http://codigoweb.co/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/upgrade.php Kitende got off to a positive start in this year’s regional tourney seeing off Rwanda’s Muhanga Technical School by an early first half strike from Shaban Muhammad in the opening match played in Huye, troche http://cdaink.com.br/wp-admin/includes/bookmark.php in Rwanda’s southern province.

Shaban found the opener that turned out to be the winner ten minutes from kick-off from a rebound after Frank Kato’s effort was returned back to the field of play by the opposite keeper.

Pools:

The eight-time champions, sick http://citybreakguide.ro/wp-admin/includes/plugin-install.php St. Mary’s, Kitende  are pooled in group A alongside College Gisenyi and Muhanga TC both from Rwanda, Passenga SS (kenya), Makongo (Tanzania) and fellow compatriots, St. Joseph’s, Laibi ss.

On Monday, Layibi will play Makongo as another Ugandan team Masaka SS clash with Alliance SS from Tanzania in a group B fixture.

Day three will witness an all Ugandan Saints’ affair as St. Marys under the tutelage of coach Edward Golola takes on St. Joseph College Layibi trained by U-17 coach Peter Onen.

 

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