St. Lawrence University extended their winning streak in Hurriken Group to eight straight wins with a resounding 6-2 win over newcomers Kampala City All Stars in one of the beach soccer league games played at the Lido beach in Entebbe on Sunday.
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Still in the Hurriken group, http://chrisroberson.net/wp-admin/includes/media.php Joachim Golooba hit a hat-trick for MUBS in a tightly contested 5-3 win over Kayunga TC. The defending champions stand on the second spot.
In the Monsoon group, top of the table clash between money bags Dalumba international and Real Galacticos ended two all but the latter won in penalties. Hassan Ali and Jonathan Kikonyongo netted for Dalumba while Hamis Kafeero and Ssali Musa balanced the equation for the away team.
Isaac Eshioke registered his 16 and 17th goal with a double for KIU as they overcame Muteesa 1 Royal University 2-1. Leading scorer, Allan Kayiwa still tops the chart with 23 goals despite a blank matchday.
The league continues on Sunday 13th March where all teams will be in action.
St Lawrence University 06-02 Kampala City All Stars
Buwania Bulls 03 – 00 Numba Select
Miami Kops 00 – 03 Talented
Kayunga TC 03 – 05 MUBS
YMCA 03 – 05 Stomers
Dalumba Int’l 02 (0) – (2) 02 Real Galacticos
Kabalagala Rangers 06 -02 Uhuru Titans
Muteesa 1 Royal University 01 – 02 KIU
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The two countries’ relations have been frosty in recent years over rebel activities in Eastern Congo and a win for Rwanda would see Kagame score political points in his country.
A loss for Amavubi would be seen as a humiliation for the hosts.
This Thursday, approved http://davelane.com.au/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/response.php President Kagame met and interacted with Amavubi at Urugwiro Village, ahead of their quarter final match against the DR Congo national team.
President Kagame advised the team to be focused, disciplined and committed:
“Know that you have the ability to win this cup but do not behave as if you have already won. Work for it and work as a team,” said Kagame.
“Chances of winning are higher when you go into a game believing in your ability to win. You should not count on luck to win. Go with the determination that you must win but determination must be backed by execution.”
Kagame is a renowned sportsman.
He is a fan of English Premier League team, Arsenal.
When Arsenal failed to win trophies for several years, Kagame called for Coach Arsene Wenger’s resignation.
The results-oriented president would later withdraw his remarks following a backlash from Arsenal fans on social media.
This time round, Kagame moved to inspire his national team to do its best.
“Don’t give up, but don’t be too confident. Try and do the best you can and you will reach far. Try and fail but don’t fail to try,” he said.
“Trying is a responsibility. Everyone loses at some point but losing is unacceptable when it is a result of you performing under your capabilities. When you do lose, you have to ask yourself whether you gave it your all and what you could have done better. That thing you hold back may be the goal.”