Last Sunday afternoon was a day filled with drama and fun as old boys and girls of Kings College Budo, met to participate in the ‘Budo league’ season three at Kyadondo rugby club.
Speaking to the press shortly before the first match of the day, Harold Atukwase the chairperson ‘Budo League’ said that this year’s competition will have the regular class based football and the senior competitions, which is a house based competition.
“The newly adopted system makes the competition more inclusive with a peak in the participating teams from eight to twelve, thus, bringing us to a step closer to attaining our vision and mission,” he said.
In light with the league’s social responsibility objective, a children’s literacy programme organization called ‘soo many stories,’ have been singled out to be supported by the league.
‘Soo many stories’ runs an initiative that supports the reading culture amongst children.
The organization has a library in Bugolobi which publishes scholarly materials for children aged 2 to 14 years
It has also organized camps for children to access reading materials at a chapter rate than they ordinarily would.
The day was brought to life when Quadballo class of 2008, was beaten four goals to zero by Abacuba class of 2012, which left everyone in laughter at their dribbling skills and lack of fitness.