Mubs Crowned Champions of Beach Soccer

Police is maintaining deployment at San Giovanni Secondary School in Kanungu to avert possible reoccurrence of violence following last weekend’s strike by students over a trip to Fort Portal.

Students on Saturday evening broke into a violent strike, more about destroying millions of school property as the boys protested the administration’s decision to deny them chance to travel on the same bus with their female counterparts while returning from the trip.

School authorities told ChimpReports that as night fell, students started throwing stones at the classrooms and dormitories before destroying 3 vehicles belonging to teachers.

The school head teacher Gervase Aine said the ringleaders were S5 and S6 students.

“We decided to separate the boys from the girls to avert misconduct on the bus. We had received information that each boy had booked a girl to sit with on the bus,” he said.

Martin Mugabe the Kanungu resident district commissioner says that police has been deployed at the school to avert any possible violence and to also calm the students as investigations carry on.
Makerere University Business School (MUBS) are the new champions of the Pepsi National Beach Soccer league title following their 7-5 convincing victory over Stormers in a final held at Lido Beach, about it Entebbe on Sunday.

The university lads finished the regular season and playoffs unbeaten winning all their matches en route to the cup glory.

Star striker, sale Brian Nkuubi, inspired the champions past Nkumba select with six goals to his name in the semifinals earlier on the day.


MUBS eliminated the Nkumba select side with a 12-7 drubbing. In the other semifinal game, Stormers rallied from four goals down to defeat Real Galacticals 7-4. The Galacticals crashed again in the third place playoffs to Nkumba select losing by 5-3 margin.

Stormers striker, Mathias Kigonya, was named the league’s best player and also bagged the golden boots with 38 goals in his account.

Mubs coach Charles Ayiekoh was chosen the best coach. Last year’s winners, Kira Young did not take part in the just ended league allowing MUBS to win their record second trophy since 2012. The winners and loosing finalist were awarded with Shs 2M, 1.5M and 1M respectively.


Champions- MUBS

1ST runners-up – Stormers

2nd Runners Up – Nkumba Select

Pepsi MVP – Mathias Kigonya

Pepsi Golden Gloves – Michael Kalule

Pepsi Top Scorer- Mathias Kigonya (Stormers)

Pepsi Best Coach- Charles Ayiehko (MUBS)

Pepsi Fair Play Award – Dalumba Richmond

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